Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Time: 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Location: Building #27 (Maine Technology Institute building), Brunswick Landing, 8 Venture Avenue, Brunswick, Maine
In the closing days of the 2013 legislative session, Maine’s House and Senate overwhelmingly supported an omnibus energy bill that aims to reduce heating and electricity costs, increase energy efficiency, and expand natural gas infrastructure in Maine. The bipartisan legislation, assembled from 12 separate bills, is being called “historic” and “landmark” in its approach to energy policy – but “how” and “why” and “what” will really change in your town, business, and home?
On July 17, E2Tech will host Maine’s energy leaders as they dissect the new law and provide guidance on next steps, implementation of key provisions and impacts on businesses and homeowners.
• Patrick Woodcock, Director, Governor’s Energy Office
• Thomas Welch, Chairman, Maine Public Utilities Commission
• Michael Stoddard, Executive Director, Efficiency Maine Trust
• Timothy Schneider, Maine Public Advocate
Registration will be limited based on room capacity, so please register early. This event will be hosted at Building #27, 8 Venture Avenue, Brunswick Landing.
For any questions, please contact Jeff Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 956-1970.