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Augusta Breakfast: Maine's 131st Legislature - Enviro & Energy

  • Thursday, February 01, 2024
  • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Governor Hill Mansion, Augusta, ME


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Join us in Augusta for E2Tech's Annual Review of What's up in the Maine Legislature. This year's program also includes leaders of executive branch agencies responsible for implementing the new legislation. Thus it's essentially the opposite of lobbying; they are sharing their plans and unique knowledge with us.

The panel discussion is 8 am-10 am, and there is time at the beginning and the end of the program for the public servants to speak informally with members from the business and non-profit community, the media, and other participants.

Last year, over 100 participated in our program and heard presentations from senators and representatives on the environmental and energy committees as well as from leaders of institutions and organizations around Maine that care about E2 topics. 


Bill Ferdinand, Shareholder & Chair, Legislative & Government Relations Practice Group, Eaton Peabody

Speakers and Discussants:

Sen. Stacy Brenner, Chair, Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Rep. Dick Campbell, Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Commissioner Melanie Loyzim, Maine DEP

Rep. Stanley Paige Zeigler, Chair, Energy, Utilities, & Technology Committee

Rep. Steven Foster, Energy, Utilities, & Technology Committee

Phil Bartlett II, Chair, Maine Public Utilities Commission

Event Sponsors

NECEC - Clean Energy Policy, Advocacy, Startups - NECEC     Pierce Atwood Law Firm Names Seven New Partners - Environmental Business Council of New England, Inc.

Annual Sponsors & Partners

Maine Technology Institute | Biz Marketplace |    Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law - Maine's Full Service Law Firm


E2Tech Sustaining Partners (as of 1/1/2024)

SUSTAINING LEADERSBernstein Shur, Burns & McDonnell, Central Maine PowerOrstedSMRT Architects & Engineers

SUSTAINING STEWARDS: Arcadia, Berry Dunn, BRI Environmental, Consulate General of Canada, Cianbro, Credere Associates, DNV GL, East Brown Cow, Eaton Peabody, ECI, EDP Renewables, Generac, GZA, Hydro Quebec, Key Capture Energy, LS Power, Northeast BankOcean Renewable Power Company, Perkins ThompsonPierce Atwood, PowerMarket, Preti Flaherty, Quebec Government Office in Boston, Ramboll, ReVision Energy, Royal River Heat Pumps, Sandborn, Head & Associates, Sebago Technics, Sevee & Maher Engineers, Stantec, Summit Natural Gas, Sunrun, Tetra Tech, TRC, Verrill and VHB 

SUSTAINING INDIVIDUAL DONORSSeveral Committed Mainers and Friends 

E2Tech events are FREE for elected public officials; federal, state and municipal employees, members of the press, and students.  Please email to be registered under these categories.

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