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Saturday, February 04, 2012

The Beginning Of The End!

Mark your calendars. February 2012 may well be the beginning of the end for Big Wind.

There is a lot going on, but I am going to keep this short.

On January 31st, just days after Jackson Parker, the President of Reed & Reed construction announced on Statewide TV that they had ‘over 70,000 signatures,’ the liars and thieves pushing the Renewable Referendum down our throats had to admit that they had fallen short of the 57,000 + signatures that were required to place it on the ballot. They were caught in their own lies.

In just the last week or so we have had Iberdrola announce publicly that they are laying off 50 workers in the United States, and that they are not moving forward with any projects that can not be completed before the end of 2012, due to concerns over the expiring Production Tax Credit. This means that Lexington/Concord/Trescott/Fort Kent, and surrounding towns, are safe, for a while, anyway.

First Wind recently made public statements saying that if the Maine PUC did not approve their merger with Emera [the Canadian owner of Bangor Hydro], and Algonquin Power, [another Canadian company], then they would be forced to put their northeast wind projects on hold for ‘multiple years,’ due to the fact that they have no money…..

Well, the PUC was set to deny the merger earlier this week. At the last minute, [as seems to be their M-O in everything they do], First Wind and Friends tried to play games. They tried to manipulate the system. They have done the same thing in front of LURC, but this time they were facing a wall of experienced lawyers and Advocates, and they got caught.

The PDF below shows what the Maine Public Advocate and the Intervenors in the case think about First Wind’s games. They are recommending DISMISSAL AND SANCTIONS!

If the PUC acts on this—and there is absolutely no reason to believe that they won’t—then we are witnessing the beginning of the end.

Be happy, folks. You are witnessing history in the making. The People are starting to pay attention, the laws are starting to work, and Truth and Right are starting to win out over Greed and Lies.

The fight isn’t over, not by a long shot. There are still battles to be waged [call your Senators and Representatives and tell them to KILL the Production Tax Credit!], but we ARE making progress.

We might just be witnessing the beginning of the end……………….

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