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Nonprofit laboratory that houses the nation's only algae collection. Research on algae as biofuel.
West Boothbay Harbor | Lincoln
Biodiesel, Research & Development, Biological Power, Biofuels
Ligulinic Acid from biomass
Gorham | Cumberland
Biological Power, Biofuels, Biomass
An essential partner for innovative, renewable energy entrepreneurs, offering financial analysis, representation & management
Exeter | Penobscot
Financial Counselors, Biological Power, Biofuels, Energy Consultants, Biogas, Energy Services Companies, Financial Services, Professional Services
Energy providers: conventional and solid fuels and the equipment needed to burn them.
Fort Kent | Aroostook
Biodiesel, Biological Power, Wood Pellet Stoves/Boilers, Biofuels, Wood Pellet Suppliers, Materials Equipment Components, Wood Heat
Manufactures FlowCAM® an imaging particle analyzer for research & production of biofuels from algae & for other applications
Yarmouth | Cumberland
Biofuels
fuel additive that gets more mpgs of gas or diesel, reduces NOx and hydrocarbon emissions.
Lewiston | Androscoggin
Personal Transportation, Biological Power, Biofuels, Efficiency / Conservation, Transportation
Company designs and installs biomass heating systems.
Auburn | Androscoggin
Biological Power, Wood Pellet Stoves/Boilers, Biofuels, Wood Pellet Suppliers, Biomass, Wood Heat
consulting service for all types of biomass energy projects, including electric, thermal and biofuel projects
Portland | Cumberland
Biofuels, Biomass, Professional Services
North American distributor of Kedel wood pellet boilers.
Portland | Cumberland
Biological Power, Wood Pellet Stoves/Boilers, Biofuels, Biomass, Materials Equipment Components, Wood Heat
MEMA has more than 450 members including 230 heating oil, propane, biofuels, motor fuels and convenience store owners.
Brunswick | Cumberland
Biofuels, Organizations
Farm Energy Field Guide, div Partners for Rural America
Orono | Penobscot
Biodiesel, Wind Power, Community Scale, Bioethanol, Biological Power, Biofuels, Biogas, Biomass, Organizations, Solar Power, Waste to Energy
We collect waste cooking oil and process it into biodiesel, a clean burning and renewable diesel replacement.

Maine Standard Biofuels is Maine’s only local full-service waste grease collector and biodiesel manufacturer. We provide the local community with high performance, low impact biodiesel fuel at the pump and in bulk, biodegradable soap, as well as clean and prompt grease collection. Based in Portland since 2006, we strongly value the environmental and social benefits of having our business focused on environmentally sound localism and sustainability.

Unlike other waste grease collectors, we insure that all of the oil we collect goes to biodiesel. None is sold on the commodities market to be sold as animal feed. We strive to reduce waste from our biodiesel process and general operations. Most of our waste is either made into a biodegradable soap or broken down to generate clean electricity. Biodiesel has been shown to significantly reduce emissions and reduce engine wear, extending the life of the engine.

Portland | Cumberland
Biodiesel, Biological Power, Biofuels
alternative energy products, equipment
Portland | Cumberland
Wind Power, Community Scale, Biological Power, Combined Heat and Power, Wood Pellet Stoves/Boilers, Biofuels, Energy Consultants, Indoor Air Quality, Efficiency / Conservation, Geothermal Heat, Materials Equipment Components, Professional Services, Wind Power, Wood Heat
cellolosic butanol from pulp
Old Town | Penobscot
Biofuels
New technology to separate lignin from hemicellulose for biofuels
Bangor | Penobscot
Research & Development, Biological Power, Biofuels, Biomass
R&D for industrial processes including grass pellet manufacturing
Orono | Penobscot
Research & Development, Biological Power, Biofuels, Biomass