Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Fuel providers say the heating method lags in Maine due to a lack of public awareness.
The state wants to make sure the developer, which lost a key funding source in a court ruling, can afford to finish four projects in Maine worth $1 billion.
Ocean Renewable Power adapts its tidal-power generators to fast-moving rivers and plans to gauge their potential in a remote Eskimo village.
The developer says its effort to raise money for power projects is unrelated to a court ruling setting aside its joint venture with Emera.
The preliminary finding deals a blow to activists who say the technology harms humans. They have until April 11 to appeal the report.
An expected request-for-proposals from New England’s governors is attracting interest.
The governor repeats calls for more natural gas infrastructure. He also aims a personal attack at Senate President Justin Alfond, calling him 'a little rich boy.'
A court decision forces the PUC to review the legality of the Emera Inc.-First Wind partnership.
The company says in a rate case that it's trying to cover its service costs, but critics say a higher charge would crush renewable-power investment.
Politics aside, market demand is driving business deals, organizers say.