Regulators To Decide on Permit for CMP Project

The three-member panel must decide whether the 145-mile project, including 53 miles of new-cut corridor through the state’s western forests, should receive a “Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity.” CMP is also seeking state environmental permits for the controversial project, which would bring hydroelectricity from Canada into the regional grid, to serve Massachusetts customers.

Source: Maine Public

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