An independent audit of Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) done for the Public Utilit
An independent audit of Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) done for the Public Utilities Commission by Shumaker & Co. of Ann Arbor, Mich., shows that the utility could save as much as $17.5 million if it closed some service centers, consolidated its telephone centers and upgraded its computer system. The audit, which cost $242,000, could be used by opponents of CMP's recent rate-hike request to show that the company should do more to save money, rather than hiking rates.
Central Maine Power Company
"An independent audit of Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) done for the Public Utilit" (1993). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 7642.
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