There’s an interesting tidbit toward the end of this article from today:
“To connect with the U.S. grid, NECEC energy supplier Hydro-Quebec needs to build the 62-mile Appalaches-Maine Interconnection, roughly from Thetford Mines, Quebec, to the Maine border. The project was approved in May by the Commission of the Canada Energy Regulator.”
Yet they haven’t built it (!). They are being opposed by various indigenous tribes, but they’re being opposed by a lot of people (including indigenous people) here in Maine as well.
Why have they chose to push through clearing a corridor in Maine, but an even longer stretch in Canada hasn’t been touched yet? Odd, no?…..
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