Cleveland said he and other Democrats working on energy policy agree with LePage on several levels.
He said the committee's second meeting in December would be a review of state policy on commercial-sized wind power projects and a review of the goals and policies established in the Wind Energy Act of 2008
Beyond lifting the 100-megawatt cap for hydropower, the LePage administration is interested in changing the 2008 law, especially around the issue of allowing more public input on proposed wind farm developments in the state's unorganized territories, Woodcock said.
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