MAINE YANKEE PRUDENCE. The Maine Public Utilities
Commission will investigate the prudence of Maine Yankee Atomic Power Co.'s decision to close its nuclear plant permanently.
Site Evaluation Committee unanimously approved both projects. Notification of those approvals have been passed on to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
"With the new pipelines proposed for Maine, we would hope to be able to serve new natural gas customers by 1999," said Central Maine Power President David Flanagan.
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