BANGOR — The TransCanada energy company is trimming the size of its proposed 15-turbine wind farm in western Maine.

The Bangor Daily News says the company plans to file a revised plan for the project in Chain of Ponds and Kibby townships in Franklin County. No details of the new plan were announced Wednesday at a meeting of the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission, which was prepared to deny TransCanada’s 15-turbine plan.

The commission felt the project would mar the scenery in the area.

On Wednesday, the commission voted to table the wind proposal until TransCanada can file a revised application.

TransCanada already has 44 towers producing power or under construction at Kibby Mountain near Stratton in western Maine’s mountains.