Penobscot Energy Recovery Company

RENEWABLE ENERGY -FROM -WASTE


The Penobscot Energy Recovery Company (PERC) was organized in 1983 to develop and manage a 25.3 megawatt (MW), 1,000 ton-per-day Wastewaste-to-energy facility that can processes over 300,000 tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) annually.  Our technology is still state of the art and our facility has been so well maintained that a recent evaluation by an international engineering firm said that we can operate successfully for at least another 20 years. 

USA Energy asks for independent audit of funds held by MRC

In a recent letter to the MRC, John Noer, president of USA Energy Group, LLC, PERC's majority owner and managing general partner, requested that the MRC provide Charter Municipalities (CMs) and PERC with "a detailed plan for an independently audited accounting of all funds" in the MRC's possession and a plan for "the payment of these funds to each CM."

In a recent letter to the MRC, John Noer, president of USA Energy Group, LLC,  PERC's majority owner and managing general partner, requested that the MRC provide Charter Municipalities (CMs)...

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PERC is fully committed to reliability, affordability and responsibility.

August 11, 2016

Now that most towns in eastern Maine have made their decision about where to send their trash after 2018, on behalf of the 77 men and women of the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co.(PERC), I want to thank The Ellsworth American for its comprehensive coverage of this important issue and its editorials in support of PERC....... (Click on pdf file on next page to read the full article)

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