TDI New England ("TDI-NE") is a subsidiary of Blackstone, a global leader in alternative asset management. The TDI New England team is made up of the same leadership team currently developing the Champlain Hudson Power Express in New York State. The developers have a strong track record of working in partnership with local elected officials, community groups, and other stakeholders to develop projects that meet unique energy needs of growing economies, while minimizing local impacts. TDI-NE is proposing The New England Clean Power Link a proposed 150 mile underwater and underground transmission line that would deliver 1,000 MW of clean, cost-competitive, energy to the New England market. The line is being developed with private sector financing by TDI New England and would originate at the U.S. - Canadian border and travel under Lake Champlain and through existing public right of ways to a new converter station which would be built in Ludlow, Vermont.