Building a renewable future poses daunting task for Maine

Building a renewable future poses daunting task for Maine

To achieve the legislated goal of decarbonizing Maine by 2050, the state must dramatically expand renewable power generation and transmission. Overcoming negative public opinion in the wake of the Hydro-Quebec corridor debate is just one obstacle in the way.

The $132M electricity rip-off

The $132M electricity rip-off

Private electricity suppliers, which promised rates lower than the government-set default, instead cost Mainers an extra $132 million over seven years.

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