National Fisherman

Source: New England Cable News, Newton, Mass., Monday, Oct. 8, 2012

With lobster prices way down this year, Maine lobstermen are looking to cut costs wherever they can – and for the owner of Potts Harbor Lobster and Reversing Falls Lobster Wharf in Harpswell, that includes his power bill.

With lobster prices way down this year, Maine lobstermen are looking to cut costs wherever they can – and for the owner of Potts Harbor Lobster and Reversing Falls Lobster Wharf in Harpswell, that includes his power bill.

Now, with help from the sun, Jim Merryman is hoping those high electric bills are a thing of the past.

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