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Below is an August 7th, 2023, statement about the evolving trends of the REC markets from CES, an electricity service company with extensive experience in the REC market.
'Compliance REC markets affect end users in two ways. The costs that suppliers incur to procure compliance RECs to meet their obligations under RPS laws, are included in the electricity supply rates charged to…
Added by Dan McKay on November 26, 2023 at 8:10am — No Comments
The fact that the PUC will not disclose to the public details of these 2.8 billion dollars., land grabbing, rate soaring, grid destroying program speaks loudly about how bad it really is
CMP, Versant Just Say No!
Maine PUC Order to CMP and Versant November 20,2023
"On November 15, 2023, Central Maine…Continue
The combined peak load of CMP and Versant in 2023 is 2014 Megawatts. At that given hour, the entire state of Maine was using 2014 Megawatts of electricity covered by generators throughout New England with Imports from Canada and New York. These generators were also supplying power to the rest of New England.
in September 2022, the (Maine PUC) Commission approved stipulations in a case (Docket # 2021-00325) to investigate Transmission and Distribution utility rate design to promote state climate change policy. The approved stipulations allow for the implementation of several new optional electric rates for residential, commercial, and large class customers for electric vehicles, energy storage technologies and heat…Continue
The Aqua Ventus Project which has been on the PUC's books since 2010 is struggling as this letter of June 30,2023 explains …Continue
Added by Dan McKay on November 13, 2023 at 5:47am — No Comments
The legislative Council Votes to Accept or Reject Offered Bills To Present to the Whole Legislature.
These Bills Were Offered When It Was Realized the Northern Maine Renewable Was Slipped Through the Previous Legislative Session Before Knowing the Route the Transmission Portion of This Project Was Known by Anyone. A Billion Dollar Plus Transmission Line That the Maine Grid Doesn't Need to Keep Maine People Amply supplied With Electricity.
Thanks to Tanya…Continue
Added by Dan McKay on November 12, 2023 at 7:05am — No Comments
Just as the Expedited Wind Law which unconstitutionally designated select areas in Maine that would receive favorable responses from permitting agencies, towns that find themselves at "Ground Zero" to the LS Power Powerline are instituting moratoriums and ordinances …
Added by Dan McKay on November 11, 2023 at 7:18am — No Comments
Story by Christopher Hutton
State agencies in Maine fell victim to a cyberattack and lost nearly all of the state population's data to hackers.
The state government …Continue
Added by Dan McKay on November 11, 2023 at 5:48am — No Comments
Despite the fact that the carbon tax applied to fossil fuel generation has tripled in the last 7 years, Natural Gas-fired generation is 4% above the average electrical production since the inception of RGGI.
The PUC calculated that RGGI costs added 0.2 cents per kilowatt hour to ratepayer bills in 2016 and this year is 0.58 cents per kilowatt hour or $2.91 per month per 500 kilowatt hours consumed.
Added by Dan McKay on November 7, 2023 at 6:10am — No Comments
The Natural Resources Council of Maine, Conservation Law Foundation, Acadia Center, Maine Audubon, The Natural Conservancy, and Maine Conservation Voters jointly submit the attached letter. In this letter, we urge the Commission to work toward a successful conclusion to the negotiation of a Transmission Services Agreement for the Aroostook Renewable Gateway transmission project. This project is designed to unlock the significant onshore wind potential that exists in…Continue
Added by Dan McKay on November 7, 2023 at 5:44am — No Comments
ISO-NE has a new, creative way to make intermittent solar become dispatchable. No, ISO-NE doesn't plan to make the sun shine at will. READ:
"According to recent reports filed by CMP and Versant Power, the net ratepayer costs of NEB projects that are already operational are more than $125 million per year.1 The OPA estimates that the cost will rise to approximately $220 million per year once additional projects are completed.…Continue