Unable to force the collapse of Central Maine Power and Versant through fantasy legislation, ugly innuendos and outright lies, Seth Berry has decided that these companies no longer have a right to exist, and ratepayers should cough up $13.7 billion dollars to buy CMP and Versant so that he "will be taking a senior advisor role with Our Power, which will include addressing policy questions and working on educational efforts." Top CMP critic leaves Maine Legislature to help run consumer-owned ...
Look at your monthly electric bill. What you won't see is how much more the payment due is because of legislation that makes CMP and Versant collection agencies for the many attached taxes and fees needed to support the green agenda. Seth Berry
The PUC Website once posted the price components of the typical electric bill, including the price effect of RGGI, Net Metering, Efficiency Maine Trust, Renewable Energy Credits, Compliance with the Renewable Portfolio Standards and Long-Term Renewable Energy Contracts. They stopped posting such data in 2016. If you don't know, you can't complain. Seth Berry.
Why do the two investor-owned utilities collect money for what is essentially a corruption and escalation of the supply portion of your bill? Seth Berry.
Because the investor-owned utilities are regulated companies. Would a monopoly driven company want to look like they hate their customers so much they would add supply portion costs to their delivery cost statement? Seth Berry
CMP, Versant AND the PUC are made whipping boys by an unconcerned and incompetent legislative body, led by the former co-chairman of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Legislative Committee, Seth Berry.
Just imagine how quickly he could inflict further damage on household energy costs by misleading a consumer-owned utility replacement for CMP and Versant. A consumer-owned utility does not have to answer to the PUC like the investor-owned utilities do. Seth Berry
Had enough of Madman Seth Berry's Fantasies, yet?