Stetson Wind Project Moves Forward

UPC Wind has received approval from the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission (LURC) on its rezoning petition and preliminary plan for the company’s proposed 57 megawatt (MW) Stetson Wind Project in Washington County, Maine.

The Stetson Wind Project, one of the largest in the Northeast United States will consist of the construction and operation of 38 GE 1.5 megawatt (MW) wind turbines and will produce approximately 150 million kilowatt-hours of clean electricity annually.

“The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission’s approval of our rezoning petition underscores the potential revenue and jobs for the region throughout the development, construction and operation of the Stetson Wind Project,” said Paul Gaynor, President and CEO of UPC Wind.
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