Wind Power Firm Files for Maine Approval

[BangorNews] A Yarmouth, Maine company is moving forward with plans to build 30 wind turbines within sight of Sugarloaf Mountain and the Appalachian Trail. Endless Energy Corp. announced Monday that it had filed an application with the Land Use Regulation Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection seeking approval to erect the 410-foot-tall wind towers on Redington Pond Range and Black Nubble mountains near the Carrabassett Valley. If successful, the $130 million project would be the second wind farm to be approved in the state, with at least two more large-scale wind power projects in the works. The most advanced project, on Mars Hill in Aroostook County, was slated for construction this winter.
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