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November 4 -- Gov. LePage’s energy policy is relatively straightforward: lower Maine’s energy costs in order to reduce financial burdens on individuals and businesses, increase Maine’s competitiveness and grow the state’s economy. So far so good. But a key tenet of that policy includes open hostility toward most renewable energy sources because of their historic inability to produce electricity at costs competitive with conventional sources. As a result, the governor simply has no use for them. >>View Article