The Maine PUC also is reviewing the proposed project, including conducting a detailed analysis in May and June and holding public hearings on Aug. 6-8. The PUC is scheduled to review legal briefs in August. The PUC is expected to announce its decision on the project at the end of September or early October, according to PUC Administrative Director Harry Lanphear...............
They also questioned whether Maine ratepayers would see monetary savings, and said the project might overload existing power facilities in Maine.
That might prevent the development of new renewable generation in Maine, wrote Tanya Bodell, executive director of Boston-based energy service company Energyst Advisors.
More information on the project and filings is available on the PUC’s website.
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