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When recumbent trike riders pass each other on the road, they don't just wave and go on, as bicyclists and other similar
Green Energy Maine sends hearty congratulations to the winners of Maine Energy Education Program (MEEP)'s 2013 Green Schools Mini Grants.
Maine has a rich resource in what Angus King calls, "the power of falling water".
On May 31, 2013, The University of Maine will make history by launching its 1/8 scale prototype of a 6MW VolturnUS wind turbine, "Vo
Maine lies beside a vast energy source that we can draw upon to provide for our own power needs, with enough to export: the winds, tides and waves of the ocea
Originally a program of Go Maine!, Commute Another Way week encourages us all to try a “carbon-free” way to get to work or run errands to reduce pollution, save money, and have fun, too.
On May 4, 2013 the Common Ground Learning Solutions and Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) at the South Portland Campus held the Renewable En
Orono, May 3 2013- The wind and seas raged as the 2013 Maine Wind Blade and Windstorm Challenge kicked off at the University of Maine Orono New Balance Student Recreation Center.
How many of us have been watching every day for the street sweeper to clear winter's sand off the road shoulders so we can get out on our bikes?