The events set the stage for the first of four meetings starting Friday at the Maine Public Utilities Commission, one of the regulators that must approve the New England Clean Energy Connect project.
“The hearings that start Friday are to hear from and ask questions of the witnesses from the parties in the case,” said Harry Lanphear, the commission’s administrative director. The witnesses and intervenors formally applied for…Continue
Posted on October 18, 2018 at 7:30pm — 5 Comments
Last Year’s New England Winter Was Brutal on the Energy Grid. Get Ready for Worse.
Posted to Energy October 17, 2018 by Michael Graham
The New England region will be the hardest hit—right in the wallet– due to the region’s disproportionate reliance on home heating oil. The EIA anticipates that propane prices will remain flat, electricity costs will rise 3 percent and natural…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2018 at 4:30pm — 3 Comments
By Sherri Lange -- October 17, 2018
“The wind industry has denied and ignored evidence directly linking wind turbines and sleep disruption leading to negative human and animal impacts worldwide. Expect WHO’s new Guidelines to give rise to new standards to mitigate if not eliminate this ongoing suffering.”
“The burden of environmental noise with wind turbines is not episodic or random: for the most part its effects are constant and unrelenting…. This is an…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2018 at 9:05am
October 17, 2018
Docket #: 2017-00232
Location: Worster Room, 101 Second St, Hallowell, ME
The video is archived at the PUC site at the following link:…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2018 at 8:30am — 1 Comment