The Northern Pass route is one that strikes a balance between New Hampshire and our region’s need for a reliable new energy source and avoiding potential impacts to the state’s scenic landscapes. More than 80 percent of the 192-mile route will be located beneath public roadways or within existing transmission corridors. The U.S. Department of Energy concluded in its Final Environmental Impact Statement that the proposed Northern Pass route is the "preferred alternative” and will result in only minimal impacts.
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To view town maps for each community along the proposed routes and other town-specific information, please visit the Communities page.