Opponents of Hydro-Québec project in Canada lament government won't make them bury the lines

Gilbeau said it would be difficult for Hydro-Québec to prove the longevity numbers since no underground installation has hit 40 years. She voiced frustration when talking about the very different scenario involving Hydro-Québec’s connecting to the New Hampshire power grid via the White Mountains. Citizens in New Hampshire rallied and successfully pushed to have the wires installed underground.


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