State utility regulators approve power contract for planned Hancock County wind farm #ME

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State regulators have approved a long-term power contract for a wind energy development planned for Hancock County. The Maine Public Utilities Commission on Friday unanimously supported a contract under which Emera Maine will pay Weaver Wind LLC 3.5 cents/kWh with increases of 2.5 percent annually, commission officials said in a release. Weaver Wind is a 72.6 megawatt wind-to-energy project being developed by Longroad Energy in the Hancock County towns of Eastbrook and Osborn. The project – which had stalled under prior . . .

Read More: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2019/07/13/state-utility-regulators-approve-power-contract-for-planned-hancock-county-wind-farm/

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