With wind, the probability that more turbines will be erected in Maine brings urgency to theneed for an open, comprehensive review and update of the state’s wi..., more than five years after former Gov. John Baldacci’s task force aggressively shepherded the Maine Wind Energy Act into law.
That review should incorporate considerations LePage’s energy director, Patrick Woodcock, raised this spring that Maine’s wind energy policy should be more oriented toward price concerns and ensuring long-term economic benefits to the state.
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