Portland Press Herald

PUC awards new round of Maine clean-energy projects

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(Portland Press Herald) – Six new solar projects and one existing wind farm were selected Tuesday by the Maine Public Utilities Commission as the best clean-energy choices to supply power for Central Maine Power and Versant Power customers.

Among solar developers, Glenvale LLC and Walden Renewables were awarded two projects each, and Swift Current and C2 Energy Capital LLC were awarded one project each. These new solar projects will sign contracts for 100 percent of their energy output.

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