"News" piece on Bangor Hydro-Electric's (BHE) proposed 345 kv Downeast transmiss
"News" piece on Bangor Hydro-Electric's (BHE) proposed 345 kv Downeast transmission line, which would stretch 82 miles from Brewer to Baileyville on the U.S.-Canadian border, where it would connect with New Brunswick Power. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the new line in 1996, and the Public Utilities Commission issued a decision last summer that paved the way for the project to go to the state's Board of Environmental Protection. Maine conservation groups want BHE to use the existing Maine Power Company corridor, and the Conservation Council of New Brunswick hopes to force New Brunswick Power to use an existing international corridor to the Maine border.
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Austin, Phyllis, ""News" piece on Bangor Hydro-Electric's (BHE) proposed 345 kv Downeast transmiss" (2001). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5339.
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