If the magic sustainable energy goal is electrification: The additional electricity will be generated by natural gas – a fossil […]
April 17, 2019 President of the Maine Energy Marketers Association BEFORE THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON Utilities, Energy, and Technology […]
Click here to read Jamie Py’s LD 434 Testimony
Attention all MEMA Members! MEMA launches $100,000 “Do Nothing” awareness campaign highlighting the rollout and benefits of Ultra Low Sulfur […]
Keeping the Lights On Thank goodness for fuel oil which is helping provide both heat and power. Natural gas, hydro, coal, solar, and wind just can’t keep up with demand for electricity caused by the frigid temperatures
Yesterday was “veto day,” which is when the Legislature took up the bills that the Governor had vetoed. I’d like to call your attention to the following two bills:
The 3% increase in income tax for those making over $200,000 (including businesses) creates the highest income tax rate for those making up to $1,000,000 in the country. After you get over $1 million, California rates go higher than Maine. Maine will then be #2.