We Mainahs are famous for being do-it-your-self-ers, but when it comes to some things like surveying and lawyering and such, we know when to call on the experts.

Professional Services Blog Posts

The All-Important Backstage Crew: Professional Services

Engineers, site surveyors, architects, builders, attorneys and many other professionals play an essential role in making any sustainable energy system come together. Let's talk about what is needed and who can provide it.

An energy auditor performing a blower door test

An energy auditor performs a blower door test.

07/26/2013 - 4:33pm

Maine Technology InstituteOn July 24, 2013, the Maine Technology Institute (MTI) announced its quarterly round of loan and grant awards, totaling $1.66 million to 27 Companies: one of the highest quarterly totals ever.

07/17/2013 - 9:48pm

Tom Brubaker of Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority and Professor Jeffrey Thaler of University of MaineOn July 17, 2013, the Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) hosted an early morning forum on the topic

06/23/2013 - 12:57pm

Bill Taylor moderated the E2Tech sustainable food forum on June 19 2013 photo by Kay MannWe have not featured information about sustainable food production on Green Energy Maine in the past, as it seems to be

06/05/2013 - 4:56pm

Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster logoOn April 4, 2013, the Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) released a report entitled, “ Read More...

05/20/2013 - 10:17pm

an ocean wave breaking credited to Bureau of Ocean Energy ManagementMaine lies beside a vast energy source that we can draw upon to provide for our own power needs, with enough to export: the winds, tides and waves of the ocea

05/13/2013 - 10:31am

the Sustainable Energy Alternatives center at Southern Maine Community CollegeOn May 4, 2013 the Common Ground Learning Solutions and Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) at the South Portland Campus held the Renewable En

04/25/2013 - 12:56pm

E2Tech panel on climate change: JT Lockman, Ryan Wingard and George Jacobson by Kay MannOn April 25, 2013, the Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) hosted a forum entitled, "Climate Change Adaptation: The Maine

04/04/2013 - 5:10pm

Credit to Dennis Schroeder of NREL PIX 19294To the extent that you can find ways to make your heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems run more efficiently, you can save a bundle on your building's operating costs rig

03/21/2013 - 8:42pm

Rep Barry Hobbins and Senator Jim Boyd talk about energy at the E2Tech event in March 2013 in Augusta MaineOn March 21, 2013, the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) partnered with the New England Clean Energy Co

01/17/2013 - 5:46pm

graduatesThe Proton OnSite Scholarship and Innovation Program is fueling the next generation of scientific innovation by recognizing and awarding high school seniors, college students, and innovators who can find new and creative ways for