Monday, December 9, 2013
The PUC will decide if the pilot power project using floating turbines has enough positives to be worth the cost to ratepayers.
The sudden jump in price coincides with Thanksgiving travel.
Thousands of Mainers still want or need old-style telephone connections.
Some 620,000 digital meters have been installed in Maine, but that doesn’t mean the critics have quit.
The complaint says work to build power lines for the 50-turbine farm will harm streams along the route.
Aroostook County becomes a major hub for wind power development.
An industry analyst tells a Portland audience that gasoline, diesel fuel and home heating oil will continue to be in high demand for decades.
The company, which planned to build a $120 million wind farm, blames its decision on a LePage initiative to reopen bids for offshore wind projects.
The commission says it will work to release information that’s not deemed confidential by the end of the month.
Southern New England utilities must find renewable energy sources, and many are signing contracts with major wind projects in Maine.