Added by Jim Wiegand on January 31, 2023 at 8:30pm — No Comments
6 hours ago Bangor Daily News
A state regulator on Tuesday said Maine ratepayers would foot the bill for 60 percent of a massive new Aroostook County wind power line that will link the region to the New England electric grid.
The share for Maine ratepayers…Continue
Added by Dan McKay on January 31, 2023 at 3:53pm — No Comments
Efficiency Maine Trust aims to spend one hundred sixty-one million, eight hundred and seventy-one thousand, nine hundred twenty-six dollars this year, enriching light bulb manufacturers, heat pump and heat pump water heater manufacturers, several HVAC contractors and electric carmakers with money from ratepayers and taxpayers.
This kind of money adds up in time, enabling…Continue
Added by Dan McKay on January 31, 2023 at 2:57pm — No Comments
New Hampshire Public Radio | By Mara Hoplamazian
Published January 30, 2023 at 4:56 PM EST
New England states have taken a new step in building out regional transmission infrastructure.
In two proposals to the U.S. Department of Energy, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont have requested federal support for projects to update and expand the region’s transmission…
Please read these and other great articles at the link below.
The New RPS: RELIABLE Portfolio Standard
Level Playing Field
Future Grid: Really?
US Renewable Power Projects Slow Over High Costs and Community Opposition
Wind and Solar Projects Face Uphill Battles Despite Subsidy
Wind and solar energy 'flatlines' in frigid state at worst time
Wind Turbines Have 50%± Shorter Life Expectancy Than…Continue
Added by Long Islander on January 31, 2023 at 10:30am — No Comments
Interesting take on the 2024 race for the WH - The Club vs Trump.
Added by Richard McDonald/Saving Maine on January 31, 2023 at 9:19am — No Comments
Excerpt from article by Chris Hedges via ZeroHedge:
Empires in terminal decline leap from one military fiasco to the next. The war in Ukraine, another bungled attempt to reassert U.S. global hegemony, fits this pattern. The danger is that the more dire things look, the more the U.S. will escalate the conflict, potentially provoking open confrontation with Russia.
Here's the full article:…Continue
Added by Richard McDonald/Saving Maine on January 31, 2023 at 8:30am — No Comments
As Gateway Pundit readers know, food processing plants across the United States have been targeted repeatedly over the last two years.
Just this past weekend, there was a massive fire at an egg farm in Connecticut.
What is going on here? Tucker Carlson examined the issue in his opening monologue on Monday…Continue
Added by Thinklike A. Mountain on January 31, 2023 at 6:00am — No Comments
Our esteemed legislators have brought forward 2 bills
1. LD 122. to make the ratepayers pay to "support the purchase of medium-duty and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles and associated charging or fueling infrastructure."
2. LD 256. "amends Efficiency Maine Trust's electric vehicle rebate program to include electric bicycles in the types…Continue
Added by Dan McKay on January 31, 2023 at 5:58am — No Comments
Added by Thinklike A. Mountain on January 29, 2023 at 12:42pm — No Comments
By J.D. Rucker • Jan. 29, 2023
Independent journalist Ivory Hecker made waves when she quit her job with a Fox News affiliate live on-air in 2021. She worked with Project Veritas to expose massive corruption, propaganda, and gaslighting by corporate media. Then, she went out on her own to bring real…Continue
According to EIA data: New England increased its Natural Gas-Fired Electric Generation 13.5% from 2019 tp 2021
New England increased Renewable Sourced Electricity 4.4%, 2019 to 2021
New England NG Generation 2019 = 49,272,000 Megawatt-Hours
Start watching at the 26 minute and 30 second mark:
"We're begging foreign nations for oil when we have far more oil than they have, liquid gold, it's under our feet. We decide to stop drilling oil when it hits an all time high.....Think of it. It's supposed to be the opposite.
We're going wind. Let's kill all the birds...........We demand windmills be built on our oceans, our prairies and our mountains, only to realize they're killing all our birds at a…Continue
by Murray Carpenter, Maine Public
On a bright fall day, Maine Department of Transportation Commissioner Bruce Van Note is standing on a pile of rocks sticking out into Penobscot Bay.
“We’re at the end of the jetty on Sears Island as part of a process to figure out whether and where Maine can build a wind port to create clean renewable energy and fight climate change,” he says. ”So that’s what this is all about, that’s the big picture.”
Van Note is touring the…Continue