Neptune Cable

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Neptune Cable
Country United States
State New York
From Sayreville, New Jersey 40°28′25.38″N 74°21′11.1″W / 40.4737167°N 74.353083°W / 40.4737167; -74.353083 (Neptune - Sayreville Static Inverter Plant)
To Levittown, New York 40°45′38″N 73°33′4″W / 40.76056°N 73.55111°W / 40.76056; -73.55111 (Neptune - Hicksville Static Inverter Plant)
Technical information
Type Submarine power cable
Type of current HVDC
Power rating 660 MW
DC Voltage 500 kV

The Neptune Cable is a 500kV and 660 MW[1] high-voltage direct current submarine power cable between Sayreville, New Jersey and Levittown, New York on Long Island.[2] It carries 22 percent of Long Island's electricity.[3]

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  1. ^ NeptuneRTS
  2. ^ "What is Neptune RTS?". Neptune RTS. Retrieved 2008-12-19. 
  3. ^ Wald, Matthew L. (March 16, 2010). "Underwater Cable an Alternative to Electrical Towers". New York Times. Retrieved 2010-03-17. 

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