The view of Katahdin in the photo is from the east, the site of possible hideous wind "farms" which would destroy one of the greatest views in the northeast, if not the entire U.S. When the so called environmental groups lobbied for the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, the towns to the east of Katahdin were promised an economic boom from tourism to the monument as they would be the "gateway communities". Millinocket, already the gateway community to Baxter State Park for the vast…Continue
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The scientific community was amazed this week by news of a breakthrough in the generation of power from nuclear fusion, long one of the holy grails of renewable energy.
It’s an exciting development. Maybe one day, fusion sources will be part of a robust mix supplying all the clean energy we need.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson Monday night went to bat for the Maine lobster.
He interviewed guest Rosie Moore, a geoscientist who explained how President Joe Biden’s major push for offshore wind power threatens the extinction of the right whale.
Maine’s lobster industry is under threat from onerous federal regulation because of a fictitious belief on the part of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) regulators that lobster gear is a threat to whales.
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Hey, will this be as successful as the university's much touted wind turbine at Presque Isle? (The one the media covered up).
UMaine launches workforce training program for offshore wind industry
By Laurie Schreiber
The University of Maine said it is launching a program to train workers for the offshore wind…Continue
by The BDN Editorial Board December 2, 2022
A year after voters soundly rejected a power line corridor through western Maine, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that the referendum was unconstitutional. The court also ruled that the lease at the heart of the dispute over the transmission line was valid, negating a central argument of opponents of the project.
Whether you support or oppose the New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC), this is a troubling outcome, mostly…Continue
Maine Public | By Kevin Miller
Published November 29, 2022
Maine's highest court has sided with the state and Central Maine Power over a lease needed to construct a controversial transmission line through western Maine.
In a ruling Tuesday morning, Maine's Supreme Judicial Court said that the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands "acted within its constitutional and statutory authority" when granting CMP a lease through state-owned lands in 2020.
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