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Pika Energy of Westbrook, manufacturer of cutting edge small wind and solar energy electronics and storage systems, has raised over $2 million of a $3.1 million equity offering in the first two weeks since the securities went on sale.
If you are looking for funding to help you launch a community-based energy or resilience project, you may want to investigate this funding source.
Following on the heels of successful “solarize” programs in Freeport, Brunswick, Waterville and elsewhere, the Midcoast Economic De
On February 3, 2016, the Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech), along with its partner group, the Northeast Clean Energy Center hosted a forum to highlight the state of solar power for Maine, including
On January 12-14, 2016, the Maine Agricultural Trades Show took place at the Augusta Civic Center. In a Wednesday session, Jennifer Brennan of the Greater Portland Council of Governments (or GPCOG) introduced Alex Pine, Direc
On January 8, 2016, Efficiency Maine held its annual symposium, "Investing in a Sustainable Energy Future: Recent Success of Energy Efficiency in Maine."
On January 13th, 2016, the 75th Maine Agricultural Trade Show hosted a series of speakers presenting ways to bring renewable energy to use on Maine’s farms and rural small businesses.
Are you interested in learning more about the many benefits that renewable energy can provide to your farm or business and finding some grant money to get you started?
With the recent international signing of the Paris Accords, the need for renewable energy to source society's electricity needs is ever clear.
On December 12, 2015, the Maine Chapter of the Sierra Club convened the Maine Grassroots Climate Action Conference at the University of Maine in Augusta. This was their second climate conference; the first was held in December of 2014 at Bowdoin College. At the first conference, a number of local, climate action teams (or CAT’s) were established.