E2Tech Elects Three New, Reinstates Four Existing, and Says Goodbye to Three Departing Board Members Engineering, Sustainability, & University Leaders Join Board of Directors Please contact Jeff Marks at (207) 956-1970 or jeffmarks@e2tech.org with questions. The Environmental & Energy Technology Council of… Read More
    To remain competitive, Maine’s pulp, paper and forest products industry is investing in innovative products, processes, and technologies. At many mills, older machines have been modified to create niche products, including specialty papers, sold across the globe and creating new markets. Facilities are installing highly efficient co-generation units… Read More
    Maine has considerable natural offshore wind and tidal energy resources and exceptional assets in its precision and composites manufacturing, engineering, construction, marine services and trades, applied research and development, and transportation and logistics communities. There will be an update on the status of offshore wind projects… Read More
    When the Naval Air Station Brunswick (NASB) closed in 2011, the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA) sprang into action to implement a plan for redevelopment of the property into a business park providing good jobs to replace those lost to base closure and to utilize the base’s extensive… Read More
    Following E2Tech’s Annual Meeting, this month’s forum will consist of a lively discussion of the proposed revisions to Maine’s 20-year old mining rules. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is in the process of revising the rules, which are scheduled to go to the Legislature for a… Read More
    In 2013, the Maine Legislature and its committees considered a diverse portfolio of environmental bills related to paint recycling, mining regulations, wind siting & permitting, consumer products, climate adaptation, petroleum transportation, and many other topics. Following on its successful and informative forum on Maine’s new energy policy, E2Tech… Read More
    Whether you are pitching in the Cleantech Open, to investors or to customers, your pitch needs to be a winner! Join us on Friday, September 13 at Maine Technology Institute (MTI) for the full-day “Perfect Pitch” workshop from ACTION, Cleantech Open, E2Tech and MTI. You will learn practical… Read More
    On July 17, E2Tech will host Maine’s energy leaders as they dissect the new energy law (LD 1559) and provide guidance on next steps, implementation of key provisions and impacts on businesses and homeowners. • Patrick Woodcock, Director, Governor’s Energy Office •… Read More
    Maine is at the forefront of the “farm to fork” sustainable food movement, which considers all aspects of the food supply from production to transportation to environmental impacts on soil, water, and climate, and to health impacts on humans. Join us at a unique venue – the Portland… Read More
    The Maine Real Estate Development Association (MEREDA), Portland Community Chamber and Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) are holding a stormwater forum featuring public works, engineering, regulatory and legal leaders engaged in planning for and funding stormwater plans and implementation. Experts from Maine’s three largest cities… Read More
    What is “Clean Tech” and its economic impact? E2Tech is reaching out to Maine’s energy and environmental technology community to assess the sector’s value to the Maine economy and to help develop an action-oriented strategic plan to fuel economic development and generate sustainable jobs in the State. At… Read More
    What is “Clean Tech” and its economic impact? E2Tech is reaching out to Maine’s energy and environmental technology community to assess the sector’s value to the Maine economy and to help develop an action-oriented strategic plan to fuel economic development and generate sustainable jobs in the State. Read More
    Join Maine’s environmental, energy, technology, business and innovation community for food, drinks, and networking at Pierce Atwood’s historic headquarters on Merrill’s Wharf in Portland. This newly renovated, circa 1840 building is truly unique and sits on the Portland waterfront. Register at www.e2tech.org. Read More
    Geothermal energy systems have the potential to power, heat, and cool homes and businesses across Maine. On December 13, 2012, the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) will hold a forum at Wishcamper Center, USM Portland Campus, that will walk attendees through the design,… Read More