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EFFICIENCY MAINE RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

Efficiency Maine held its Annual Energy Symposium January 27, 2017 in Freeport to discuss the role of energy efficiency and other distributed energy resources in modernizing the electric grid and to celebrate Maine’s top performers in delivering energy efficiency. Ms. Laney Brown, Vice President of Grid Modernization Strategy at Modern Grid Partners, offered the keynote address. Efficiency Maine also presented…

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EFFICIENCY MAINE RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

(AUGUSTA) – Efficiency Maine will hold its Annual Energy Symposium today in Augusta to discuss the role of energy efficiency in meeting climate change goals and to celebrate Maine’s top performers in energy efficiency. U.S. Senator Susan Collins will offer the keynote address; the American Council on Energy Efficiency’s (ACEEE) Suzanne Watson will speak on national trends in energy efficiency….

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Changes in Efficiency Maine Incentive Levels for Businesses

Efficiency Maine clarified today several key points about its recent announcement regarding incentives for business lighting projects:   Efficiency Maine has not retroactively cut incentives for qualifying lighting upgrades at Maine businesses. Contractors working in Efficiency Maine’s Business Incentive Program were notified on March 19, 2015 that some incentive levels would need to be reduced due to rising demand for…

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Maine’s island dwellers get help staying warm

Facing high fuel bills, Maine’s remote island dwellers are warming up to energy conservation program SWAN’S ISLAND, Maine — Nancy Carter lives alone in the wooden house her grandfather built here 6 miles off the Maine coast nearly a century ago. She chooses to face the frigid gales that make the winter fiercer than on the mainland, and to pay…

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Efficiency Maine Recognized Outstanding Leadership in Energy Efficiency at Annual Event

Efficiency Maine held its Annual Symposium yesterday in Augusta honoring business leaders in Efficiency Maine programs and Maine’s energy efficiency community. Approximately 200 efficiency contractors, stakeholders, and legislators attended the event. Efficiency Maine also awarded the Philip C. Hastings Award to recently retired Maine Public Utilities Chairman Thomas L. Welch for his frequent and influential commitment to energy efficiency. Participants…

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