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Wikipedia defines “hydronics” as “the use of water or another liquid heat transfer medium such as glycol as the heat-transfer medium in heating and cooling systems.
The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) from the USDA is the most robust funding source for many renew
The news on Maine’s solar industry is mixed these days and shows no sign of settling on a clear trajectory, at least this week.
On October 4, 2016, Portland, Maine became the 15th North American city to launch a 2030 District plan to drastically reduce energy consumption from buildings and transportation.
There is a new kid on Maine’s biofuels production block and it is using a different technology to make biofuel from orga
Peter Zack, who for many years provided energy education activities to Maine schools through the former Maine Energy Education Program, has announced recently that Sacopee Energy & Climate Activities (SECA) is open for business.
On September 13, 2016, the Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) approved a Notice of Rulemaking on Chapter 313, the Customer Net Energy Billing Rule.
We could not help be amused at seeing five headlines in past months, each heralding plans for Maine’s largest solar array. It’s the American ideal: bigger is better.
Did you want to attend the April 2016 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference but were unable to do so? (or, did you attend the conference but wish you could have attended more sessions?)
On June 30, 2016, USDA Rural Development Under Secretary Lisa Mensah and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree announced that 13 Maine businesses and farms have been selected to receive a total of $108,001 to help them lower the