March 2014, Vol. 241 No. 3

In The News

Summit Natural Gas Of Maine Saves Schools, Businesses, Residents On Heating Bill

Summit Natural Gas of Maine is providing natural gas service to the Laura E. Richards Elementary School in Gardiner, one of the three schools in the city that have made the conversion to natural gas.

Natural gas service is also now available in Gardiner for many businesses and residents. Summit Natural Gas of Maine plans to invest $460 million in transmission and distribution projects in Maine. The company has already installed more than 100 miles of natural gas pipelines across the Kennebec Valley and beyond.


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