Maine exports slightly more electricity than it imports, and half of what the st
Maine exports slightly more electricity than it imports, and half of what the state generates comes from renewable sources. The effort to replace the other half, almost all of which is powered by natural gas, is being led by the onshore wind energy industry. The fate of wind energy depends on a necessary upgrade of the power grid, which Central Maine Power is in the process of accomplishing. With opinions of those favoring solar and/or tidal power and concerns of others about the siting of wind and tidal turbines and transmission lines.
Electric industry, Electric power
LeVert, Michael and Lawton, Chuck, "Maine exports slightly more electricity than it imports, and half of what the st" (2010). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5172.
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