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MPUC Announces Revised Schedule For CMP Transmission Line Case
May 7, 2010
Augusta, Maine—Today the Maine Public Utilities Commission released a revised procedural schedule for the Central Maine Power (CMP) transmission line expansion case. CMP seeks Commission approval for its proposal (known as the “Maine Power Reliability Project-MPRP”) for new construction and reconstruction of approximately 350 miles of 345 kiovolt (kV) and 115 kV transmission lines and several substations throughout Maine. Commission staff released the Hearing Examiner’s Report--an analysis and recommendations for the case under litigation--on April 23rd.
Simultaneous to the litigation proceeding at the Commission, settlement discussion between the parties of the case have continued throughout the process. Now a settlement agreement (called a “Stipulation”) is expected to be filed at the Commission later today by CMP and other parties (the Office of the Public Advocate, Industrial Energy Consumers Group, Conservation Law Foundation and GridSolar LLC).The Commission just released a procedural order which establishes the following schedule (ATTACHED BELOW) to govern the remainder of this case (Docket Number 2008-255).
Contact: Evelyn deFrees, 207-287-6141 email@example.com
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