Public meeting on solar incentives October 22
Central Maine Power’s Boothbay Lead Project provides financial rewards to property owners or businesses that reduce summer power fill or generate power, such as a solar system.
On just a few hot summer time days CMP is attaining a point where they cannot offer the required capacity within transmitting range 23. Instead of spending 18,000 million dollars to update the transmitting range CMP has set aside financing to offer financial rewards for summer time efficiency or production. This can include changing A/C models, solar water pumps, pool push and more.
All CMP customers within transmission line 23, basically from River Road and Route 27 south, including Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, and Westport are eligible to participate.
The best way to understand how you can advantage from these rewards is to be present at the community conference on Oct 22, 6-8 p.m., at the Boothbay City workplaces, 1011 Wiscasset Street.
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