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The proposal will carry new electricity and reduce carbon emissions, while treading lightly on the Maine woods.
Maine's top energy regulators handed a win to Central Maine Power Thursday in its bid to build a controversial power line through western Maine.
The permit from the Public Utilities Commission is a milestone in Central Maine Power's effort to build the 145-mile project to deliver renewable energy from Canada to Massachusetts.
New England, along with the rest of the world, needs to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases to stave off the worst consequences of climate change.
Gov. Mills' wins in the CMP power project show that she will seize opportunities as they arise.
October 16, 2018 — LEWISTON, ME Mainers for Clean Energy Jobs, a coalition of businesses, labor, community leaders, and civic organizations, announced its formation in support of New England Energy Connect (NEC). This is a video of the entire press conference held in Lewiston, Maine on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 10:30 AM.