Three companies with a stake in Maine's generating capacity fear subsidized energy from Canada could upend the electric market.
New opposition is ramping up to Central Maine Power’s proposal to build a 145-mile transmission line through western Maine, coming from interests who own fossil-fuel power plants in the state, as well as those who want to build wind and solar farms.
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NOTE: There seem to be differing points of view on whether this proposed line would accommodate or somehow otherwise facilitate the building of yet more wind projects in Maine. Hopefully if this line happens, CMP would allay any such concerns in WRITING.