Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) officials have presented Westbrook city officials
Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) officials have presented Westbrook city officials with graphs that show that a proposed municipal utility could charge 8 cents per kilowatt hour compared to the current CMP price of 11.2 cents. The figures would only hold true if the city-run utility could buy power cheaply, capture all customers and avoid paying for past investments made by CMP. Two consultants working for the city expressed skepticism about the figures. Details.
Central Maine Power Company, Electric utilities, Westbrook
"Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) officials have presented Westbrook city officials" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 15039.
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