Steven Foster

Maine says no to Pine Tree Power

The following LTE appeared in the Piscataquis Observer Dear Friends and Neighbors, On November 7th, Mainers were adamant in declaring we don’t want to go billions of dollars into debt so the government and politicians can take over our electric utilities. Just look at the results in my town, 753 no to 206 yes, where […]

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Bipartisan Legislators call on Maine Consumers to Speak Up to Reduce Net Energy Billing Costs

Senator Nicole Grohoski (D-Ellsworth) and Representative Steven Foster (R-Dexter) have joined together to call on Maine consumers to contact their state senators to urge support for the amended version of LD 1347, which will provide meaningful cost savings for consumers by reducing the costs of Maine’s Net Energy Billing (NEB) program. The two legislators support

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Offshore Wind Plan will destroy our way of life

Governor’s ‘Offshore Wind Roadmap’ is really a plan to pollute the marine environment, endanger whales, harm Maine’s fishing industry, and increase electric bills AUGUSTA – House Republican Leader Billy Bob Faulkingham (R-Winter Harbor) and Republican members of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee today responded to the Offshore Wind Plan announced by Governor Mills. The

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Governor Mills’ pursuit of California-Style electric vehicle mandates will hurt Mainers, do little to address climate change.

High energy costs are making Maine increasingly unaffordable for people of average means. Misguided state energy policies are contributing to the problem of high energy costs and are making a bad situation even worse. This is Representative Steve Foster of Dexter with the Weekly Republican Radio Address. Governor Mills is committed to California-style electric vehicle

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