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Moss Adams Report on the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Southern Cross Transmission Project, Louisiana

Moss Adams LLP has been retained by Southern Cross Transmission LLC (“Southern Cross”) to provide an economic and fiscal impact analysis for the development of high voltage direct current (“HVDC”) transmission facilities (the “Southern Cross Project” or “Project”). With facilities located in Louisiana and Mississippi, the Southern Cross Project will connect the Electric Reliability Council … Continued

Moss Adams Report on the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Southern Cross Transmission Project, Mississippi

Moss Adams LLP has been retained by Southern Cross Transmission LLC (“Southern Cross”) to provide an economic and fiscal impact analysis for the development of high voltage direct current (“HVDC”) transmission facilities (the “Southern Cross Project” or “Project”). With facilities located in Louisiana and Mississippi, the Southern Cross Project will connect the Electric Reliability Council … Continued

Moss Adams Executive Summary – Economic and Fiscal Impacts in the State of Louisiana

The proposed Southern Cross project will make a significant contribution to the economic base of Louisiana with both near-term asset development activities, and long-term contributions to the state’s economy. Impacts from the approximately $700 million capital investment in Louisiana are summarized to include: • $1.05 billion in total direct economic impact from development and thirty-years … Continued

Moss Adams Executive Summary – Economic and Fiscal Impacts in the State of Mississippi

The proposed Southern Cross project will make a significant contribution to the economic base of Mississippi with both near-term asset development activities, and long-term contributions to the state’s economy. Impacts from the approximately $700 million capital investment in Mississippi are summarized to include: • $1.05 billion in total direct economic impact from development and thirty-years … Continued