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Nov 1 | Environment and Energy Updates

Wednesday, November 01, 2023 12:48 PM | Anonymous

Maine's forest bioproducts sector is set for growth due to a Federal "Tech Hub" designation thanks to hard work by Maine Technology Institute and the Mills Administration. This should lead to more federal R&D funding for natural polymers and other wood bioproducts.

Join in person or on Zoom with the Mitchell Center on Nov. 6 to learn about growing Maine's Clean Energy Economy. Tagwongo Obomsawin, the Clean Energy Partnership Program Manager for the Governor's Energy Office, will speak to the importance of "workforce development and innovation."

Apply for the Blue w(AI)ve Accelerator Program by Nov. 13th to optimize artificial intelligence in ocean based environments. The Gulf of Maine Ventures and Roux Institute are facilitating this 16 week program for early-stage companies.

Register for a free online program on Nov. 8 with Randy Rich of Pierce Atwood and a collection of other experts to learn about the Hydrogen Hub concept. Panelists will be providing their perspective and discussing the concept.

"Zero emission buildings" now have a better definition thanks to AIA, a national team, and White House Climate Policy Office. Timothy Lock, a management partner at Belfast design firm OPAL and a leader in AIA-Maine, played a key role. 

Join the Gulf of Maine Research Institute on Nov. 29th in Portland to learn about Growing Maine's Blue Economy. Through this program, GMRI is addressing climate change impacts while supporting optimization of the seafood supply chain.

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