Efficiency Maine held its Annual Event at the Hilton Garden Inn in Freeport last month. This was the first time the event was held in the past three years due to Covid, and this year hosted over 200 people. The day consisted of morning awards honoring top-performing contractors, and an afternoon of workshops to dive into Efficiency Maine’s goals.
E2Tech was honored to receive the Philip C. Hastings Award this year, which “recognizes an individual or organization whose exemplary efforts have furthered Maine’s goals of achieving maximum energy efficiency”. The Award was named after the original director of the state energy programs that were once administered by the Maine PUC. This award is meant to celebrate his legacy.
“E2Tech fulfills a vital role in Maine, fostering robust discussion about issues that impact Maine’s businesses and environment,” said Michael Stoddard, Executive Director of Efficiency Maine, and long time E2Tech board member. Stoddard also complimented E2Tech forums that he considered “...indispensable in our efforts to raise awareness about new energy efficiency technologies and programs”.
E2Tech is proud of its 325 member companies that are all dedicated to the same goal of advancing energy efficiency, sustainability, and the Maine economy.