From Maine Public, this article reviews the alternatives to host being the "Extention Cord" for Charlie Baker and his misguided plan for Massachusetts.
"For all the attention renewable power gets, it still provides only about 10 percent of New England's electrical energy. The region's recent successes in reducing emissions of greenhouse gases have come, to the greatest degree, from the rise of relatively-clean burning natural gas as the dominant power source.
"To me, that's the story in New England," says Sara Burns, CEO of Central Maine Power, Maine's largest utility."
For me, the answer is clearly NO! We have no business being the industrial wasteland for Massachusetts, especially when they have no intention of allowing the smart play to put a gas line through from the gas fields in Pennsylvania and the midwest. This is SIMPLE and even if the gas line does get approved, we want no wind turbines and no new power lines.