"Integrating Intermittent Renewable Resources. A number of wind projects have interconnected to electrically remote and weak portions of the regional power system, and additional wind projects are proposed for these areas. These facilities pose operational and planning challenges due to issues with voltage and stability…
Could Maine Ratepayers end up paying wind plants in Maine the REC value obtained from contracts involving other State RPS programs ? That would be quite perverse, but strange things happen when lawmakers screw around in the private sector.
The State wants to make over the electric generating industry just 10 years from the last make-over and their reasoning is so the state will be in a jobs available market.
The six state Governors committee on energy has been given notice that 2500 megawatts of wind plant electricity is ready to take over the Maine landscape by 2016.
The three states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island ( not a place for wind plants ) have issued a Request for Proposals for at least 1000 megawatts…Continue
"The FTC ( Federal Trade Commission ) has instructed GMP ( Green Mountain Power ) officials to—“Carefully review (your) current and future communications to ensure that Vermont customers, and other market…Continue