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Feb 8 | Environment and Energy Updates

Thursday, February 08, 2024 11:06 AM | Jacqui Baker (Administrator)

Visit E2Tech's Job Board to learn about and apply for new open positions at the Governor's Energy Office, the Roux Institute, Efficiency Maine and GMRI.

Competitive Energy Services, an E2Tech member since 2013, celebrates the promotion of three team members, Andrew Price to President & CEO; Matthew Gamache to Chief Operating Officer; and Eben Perkins to Chief Strategy Officer.

Join AVCOG, in-person or on Zoom, on Tuesday, February 13th from 10:30-1:30 to discuss household hazardous waste (HHW) & waste diversion tactics and programs. Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP and email Zach Gosselin with any questions.

E2Tech is proud to sponsor the 2024 Maine Sustainability & Water Conference in Augusta on March 28. Convened by UMaine’s Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions, register here to learn about PFAS in aquatic environments, healing Maine’s rivers and marshes, wildfires in Maine and balancing land-use protection with renewable energy development.

The City of Biddeford is seeking qualified firms to provide consulting engineering services related to the disaster declaration process with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The firm will recommend, design, and seek permits for repairs to city infrastructure that sustained storm damage in January 2024. The RFQ is due Feb. 13.

The next round of GEO’s Community Action Grants (up to $50,000) will fund projects that reduce energy use and costs, transition to clean energy, and community resilience. This round (due March 29) is open to enrolled communities that have not yet received a CAG award, and the next fall 2024 solicitation will open to all enrolled communities. View the Program Statement and Application Form.

Mitchell Center's sustainability webinar on 2/12 at 3 pm is with Gary Fearon, Director of Housing for the Penobscot Nation, who will discuss the Tribe's efforts to make their community more energy resilient and reduce their carbon footprint on their traditional homelands.

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