ML&P challenges cost of wind power
Utility states its position on the purchase of Fire Island power, with price and service expectations widely different from CIRIís
The war of words over the viability or otherwise of Cook Inlet Region Inc.ís proposed 52.8-megawatt wind farm on Fire Island, offshore Anchorage, Alaska, has taken a new twist with a statement by Anchorage power utility Municipal Light & Power on its expectations for any purchase agreement for Fire....
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Needs purchase agreements
Transmitting power from Fire Island
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