A couple of weeks ago the Sierra Club reported that the No Coal movement has collectively stopped or held up 60 coal-fired power plants due to environmental concerns. Today there are reports of yet another grassroots victory! Voters in Wiscasset, Maine, on November 6, 2007 defeated a ballot initiative that would have allowed a 700 MW IGCC plant (Twin River Energy Center, proposed by Greenwich, Connecticut base National RE/sources) to move forward. The vote was 868-707. Complete story here.