Solar farm subscribers in Maine can get a break on their energy bills—learn more in this Portland Press Herald story by Tux Turkel.
Last week we celebrated the fourth anniversary of the establishment of the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument.
We recently learned that, despite the fact that the majority of Maine residents oppose the proposed CMP corridor, the CMP referendum was struck down by Maine Supreme Judicial Court; it won’t appear on the November ballot.
In more CMP-related news, NRCM CEO Lisa Pohlmann responded to an op-ed that attacked NRCM’s opposition to the CMP corridor in a recent edition of the Portland Press Herald.
The Trump Administration has finalized a plan to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil drilling.
We agree with a recent op-ed by Rob Bryan and Jeff McEvoy in which they explain why Maine needs a new Land for Maine’s Future bond.
Some good solar news today from the Bangor Daily News: $26M solar farm to benefit Milo and Maine electricity consumers
And finally, hear from a new Mainer who is a student at SMCC and lives in Portland, about the importance of renewable energy benefits for all Mainers: Maine Voices: New Mainer eager to support Maine’s green economy