Mills’ utility accountability plan poised for amendments after fiery hearing

“The bill would also require periodic report cards for utility performance and would emphasize work on climate change and lowering carbon emissions. That’s one reason that groups like Maine Conservation Voters supported it, with caveats.
‘The current mismatch between utility incentives and consumer needs is hindering our progress toward urgent clean energy goals,’ MCV lobbyist Beth Ahearn said. ‘The legislature has the opportunity and obligation to provide clear, forceful direction and give the PUC courage to take bolder action.’”

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