AUGUSTA, Maine — Central Maine Power Co.’s $1.5 billion plan to build and reconstruct 350 miles of transmission lines is about to be reviewed at a series of public hearings stretching over two weeks.
Expert witnesses will present testimony to the Public Utilities Commission for two weeks starting this week. Hearings are scheduled for Feb. 2-5 and 9-12 at the PUC’s Hallowell offices.
Central Maine Power has submitted plans for its so-called “Maine Power Reliability Project,” which calls for new construction and reconstruction of about 350 miles of 345 kilovolt and 115 kilovolt transmission lines and several substations.
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