I put together few bullets points of historical significance about the genesis of the regulatory process for wind power in Maine : PLEASE CHECK THE REPORT FOR A MORE THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING:
Report on the Viability of Wind Power Development in Maine, Maine Public Utilities Committee (Presented to the Utilities and Energy Committee of the Maine Legislature, January 27, 2005)
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Added by Monique Aniel Thurston on November 27, 2011 at 8:18pm — No Comments
As many of you know, a battle now rages in Island Falls that has taken the wind merchants by total surprise, where near 500' turbines threaten two magnificent north woods lakes -- lakes where the great conservationist President Theodore…
Added by Monique Aniel Thurston on November 24, 2011 at 11:47am — No Comments
Hello All: The Mount Desert Islander published the following letter in today's edition, Lynne
Without even bothering to begin construction on the Oakfield Industrial Wind facility that was permitted by the Department of Environmental Protection in January 2010, Evergreen Wind LLC quietly submitted an application for a large expansion of the project. The new application would increase the number of turbines from 34 to 50, and…
I drove on Route 17 , by the Record Hill turbines yeterday .
Not yet online, they stand idle looking like huge very sharp needles disfiguring eight miles of magnificent work of Nature and piercing the heart of all of us driving by, bewildered at a reality that we could not prevent .
Record Hill , the second project allowed by DEP under the expedited law .
As Angus King keeps hopping around the state telling the kind folks of Maine that…Continue