Funny, but as best I can tell, not a single person from Maine was interviewed for this article. Maybe the folks who leave their lights burning in their Fairfield County mansions need to hear from the people in Maine whose lives get turned upside down by these projects. Actually, to blame the people of Connecticut is probably not right as it's highly doubtful that the average person in Connecticut has even the remotest clue how they are getting nailed on their electric bills in the name of the wind power farce.
Esty makes renewable choices: Maine wind, CT sunshine
By Mark Pazniokas and Jan Ellen Spiegel
Friday, September 20, 2013
- Number Nine Wind Farm, a 250 megawatt wind project to be built in Aroostook County, Maine. The developer is EDP Renewables North America LLC, which the state described as "an international leader in large-scale wind installations."
Read the article here:
Note that NRCM has listed this wind farm on its website for several years. What do the insiders know that the people don't?
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