NextEra Energy Transmission (NEET) is the leading competitive transmission company in North America. We develop, ﬁnance, construct, operate, and maintain transmission assets across the continent. Our subsidiaries were among the first non-incumbents to be awarded projects by system operators and utility commissions in California, New York, Texas and Ontario.
NEET’s portfolio includes operating assets in Texas and New Hampshire, as well as numerous projects under development in the United States and Canada.
Owner and operator of high-voltage transmission lines and associated equipment in Texas, bringing wind power to Central Texas, strengthening the electric grid and enhancing reliability.
Lone Star Transmission in Central Texas with 330 miles of double-circuit 345 kV line and six stations
Rayburn Grid Switch:
Rayburn Grid Switch in Northeast Texas with 11 miles of 138 kV line and one station
The majority owner of Seabrook Substation, which interconnects Seabrook Nuclear Generating Station with three critical high-voltage transmission lines in New England, thereby enhancing reliability.
Seabrook Substation in Seabrook, New Hampshire which includes a 345 kV switchyard
A transmission developer active in Ontario and Alberta, Canada, and through its NextBridge Infrastructure partnership, the selected developer of the ﬁrst competitive transmission project awarded to a non-incumbent in Ontario.
East-West Tie in Ontario, Canada including 280 miles of double-circuit 230 kV line
A transmission developer active in PJM, and selected acquirer of transmission assets.
20 miles of 138 kV transmission lines located in Rochelle, Illinois (pending regulatory approvals and transaction close)
A transmission developer active in MISO.
NEET Midwest is actively competing for projects in MISO to ensure they are constructed at the lowest cost while maintaining the highest quality standards, and simultaneously working to identify transmission solutions that improve the efficiency and reliability of MISO’s grid.
A transmission developer active in SPP, and selected acquirer of transmission assets.
Jacksonville-Overton in Texas, including 30 miles of 138 kV line
The designated developer for two projects in California, including the ﬁrst competitive transmission project awarded to a non-incumbent in California.