To Potential Transmission Customers:
LUCKY CORRIDOR, LLC is soliciting interest in 200MW of unallocated transmission capacity being developed to link electric energy resources in Union and Colfax Counties, and potentially in other energy-rich regions of northern and northeastern New Mexico, with western load centers via new transmission facilities that will be built from a point near a new Springer, New Mexico Substation to the terminus of an existing Four Corners export line, now to serve as an import line.
Transmission rates will be cost-based, and anticipated in-service date is December 31, 2024.
The Project will consist of a 345 kV, single-circuit, AC line, but may be upgraded, if there is sufficient interest.
The Project already has two anchor customer wind farm projects, subject to regulatory approval.
Additional customers may be selected based on (1) credit rating, “first mover” status, and customers’ willingness to share risks, and possibly (2) the results of an open season. For more information, or to request a copy of a draft Anchor Customer Agreement,
please contact Lucky Corridor at 303.596.4821, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.luckycorridor.com.
New Mexico Transmission Projects
Lucky Corridor, LLC is a developer of transmission facilities needed to help update the western grid near the Four Corners NYMEX Hub as the electricity supply evolves away from primarily coal-fired generation toward a mixture of electricity made from wind, solar and natural gas resources.
Lucky Corridor’s Mora Line project is designed to carry 180 MW at 115 kV, 110 miles. The Lucky Corridor project is designed to carry up to 850MW at 345 kV, 62 miles. The Projects will carry electricity made from first-rate U.S. clean energy resources toward Four Corners and the historic grid emanating from that Hub.
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