One wonders why Iberdrola, parent company of Central Maine Power, is also allowed to develop wind projects, as they are proposing to do in Lexington and Concord and elsewhere in Maine. It's time the PUC and the Public Advocate took a close look at these questionable practices which obviously test the law which prohibits a company from generating and transmitting electricity in Maine.."
I remember that CMP and Bangor Hydro were going to pay for the transmission line "upgrades." Read that somewhere and cannot provide a link. Well, they increased rates as their way of doing it but anyway... Since Bangor Hydro and First Wind are in cahoots together doesn't this apply to Karen's point?