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Just when you've had it up the the gunn'els with computer-ese lingo, here comes another one: blog is short for "web log".
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When the Village Centre opens this month, the nation's second largest Passive House in North America will be in Brewer.
On April 11 and 12, 2016, The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council hosted its Northeast Indoor Air Quality and Energy Conference, subtitled, “Buildings are for People”, in Portland, Maine.
Green Energy Maine recently attended the 2016 Northeast Indoor Air Quality Conference to explore the connection between indoor air quality and new energy efficient building structures.
Are you curious about recent challenges to “scenic views” - like the development referendum in Portland, or the $100 million First Wind project in Penobscot County?
How important is the quality of the air you breathe to you? Do you know how improvements in a building’s energy efficiency can impact the quality of the air inside?
A Massachusetts-based organization called the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) has released its fifth annual report entitled, “The Regional Roundup of Energy Efficiency Policy”.
As reported, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard and Maine Governor Paul LePage have agreed to put 220 charging stations in Maine to add
In February 2015, a consortium of New England states and electric utilities issued a joint RFP to identify projects that will help New England meet its clean energy goals.
On January 25, 2016, the US Supreme Court upheld the “demand response” policy and formula used by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to set rates for power usage at differing times of day.