C.M.P. Improvements 

(AP) – C.M.P. President Sara Burns says the Maine Power Reliability Program is aimed at addressing the growth over the last four decades that’s taxing the power grid.

Later this year, C-M-P expects to complete a study that will include a ten-year load forecast, an evaluation of the performance of the existing grid and alternatives for reinforcing the system’s reliability and capacity.

Any projects would be subject to review and approval of the Maine Public Utilities Commission and operators of the regional power grid.