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Wind Project Details

Somerset Wind

(NRG Energy)

The project will be sited in a conservation easement (Easement A-1 - see map below) on land owned by the Weyerhaeuser Company that includes portions of...

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Northwest Wind

(EverPower Wind Holdings, Inc.)

The proposed project will start at the northern end of the Little Moose Mountain ridgeline overlooking Big Indian Pond and continue west over the Burnt Nubble and Black Nubble peaks towards Moxie Pond.

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Our Purpose

Working together we can continue to protect the high-value natural resources that will sustain Moosehead's unique quality of place and way of life for generations to come.

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  • Quality of Place is the economic backbone of our region.

    John Willard, MRFC president

    Owner, The Birches Resort, Rockwood​​​

  • Over 85% of Maine wind power is sold to out-of-state utilities.

    ME Department of Energy

  • Maine turbines are idle 70% of the time.

    Federal Energy Information Office

  • Thank you for speaking up and trying to stop wind power development around Moosehead. I regularly vacation in the area, sometimes think of buying a second home or property there. I would never do that if I had to look at the industrial skyline, towers and blinking lights, that come with wind power. And once they’re up, they’re up for good. I, my family and friends, will go to other places that don’t destroy the views and wilderness experience. It’s that simple.

    Glenn Morazzini

About the Moosehead Region Futures Committee

Since 2005 the MRFC’s mission is to encourage, gather and incorporate area residents’ ideas and expertise to shape and balance the region’s future development, economy, and conservation efforts.