The Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) is the state's leading energy, environmental, and clean technology business and economic development organization. E2Tech is a catalyst, a change agent, and a resource center that strives to:

  • Promote Maine companies,
  • Support their robust and sustainable acceleration, and
  • Help them compete in national and international markets.
E2Tech facilitates networking, serves as a clearinghouse for objective information, and leads efforts to promote the sector through business and economic development and sustainable job growth. E2Tech helps companies overcome research, development, and commercialization challenges by providing connections to investment and funding opportunities, mentors, strategic partners, business and technical information, and other resources.
Monday, May 08, 2017 5:00 PM • Cloudport, 63 Federal Street, Portland
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 • Burlington, VT
Thursday, April 27, 2017 5:00 PM • Rising Tide Tasting Room, 103 Fox Street, Portland
Saturday, April 29, 2017 • USM, 96 Falmouth Street, Portland

Fall 2016 Brochure & FY2015 Annual Report


2016 U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index

The U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index report contains findings from the 2016 editions of Clean Edge's State and Metro Indexes, which track activity in the U.S. based on a diverse set of underlying industry indicators at state and metro levels. The objective of the Leadership Index is to serve as a tool for regional comparative research, a source for aggregated industry data, and a jumping-off point for deep, data-driven analysis of the U.S. clean-energy market. Explore the full report by clicking the link below.

This year Maine improved its overall ranking from 22nd to 18th and surged ahead 11 places since 2014. In addition, the State jumped from 15th in 2015 to 9th in 2016 in Technology Development and from 27th to 19th in Policy.

2016 U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index

The Clean Technology Sector in Maine 2013

E2Tech, Innovation Policyworks, and the University of Maine School of economics recently completed a study of the Maine clean technology business sector under a grant from the Maine Technology Institute Cluster Initiative Program (CIP Grant #144).  Following are links to the study's reports:

The Clean Technology Sector in Maine 2013 - Summary Brochure

The Clean Technology Sector in Maine 2013 - Full Report

Business Climate for Maine's Clean Technology Sector

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