Neighbors, meanwhile, say energy rates are up 128 percent since 2009, and they dispute the co-op’s math.
It’s also noteworthy that none of Maine’s 14 other year-round island communities has followed Vinalhaven’s lead. Despite some interest, none has built a wind farm or is expected to do so in the near future.
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