When I first tried to listen to this, nothing happened. Then I clicked on a grayish icon in the upper left and it asked me to "Allow Flash". Then it worked.
In 2010 NRCM's Dylan Voorhees suggested that by 2012 it would be possible that wind power could be supplying 20% of New England's electricity needs. It's now roughly eight years later and wind power accounts for only 3.2% of New England's electricity. At the same time, much has changed since eight years ago or ten years ago when the Expedited Wind Law came into being. Not the least of what's happened is many Mainers have been hurt badly by wind and many other Mainers are increasingly aware that industrial wind in Maine simply has not delivered on its promises. Also, the push for renewables over reliables has resulted in Massachusetts blocking badly needed natural gas pipelines to Maine. Large hydroelectricity has also been blocked. Economically speaking, the poorer one is, the more the resulting high electricity rates have hurt you. While I'm sure this was not intended, it's what happens when less expensive electricity is thwarted by teams of attorneys and others from Boston, Portland and even more far flung places that care not for Maine.
Here is NRCM on video in 2010 making the above referenced 20% in 2012 statement for New England; scroll to 24 minutes and 45 second mark.
Here is a table showing wind at only 3.2% of New England's electricity:
Detailed Excel here:
Time to adapt to change and move on.
More Video from 2010 from MPBN. Thank you Eric Tuttle.