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ReMaine Internship Program - Informational Webinar

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


  • Registration for employees of Sustaining Partners (

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Are you an organization looking for an intern in the clean energy sector? Join us to learn about the ReMaine Internship Program funded by the Governor's Energy Office! The webinar will feature Chase MacPherson of NEEP to speak about the program followed by a Q&A session. Our goal is to place 16 interns in the clean energy sector in Maine, specifically women and BIPOC participants.  50% of interns wages will be subsidized from $18-$22 / hour for a total of 240 hours. Here is a PDF flier about ReMaine.

The Zoom link will be sent to registered participants a few days prior to the event.

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E2Tech Sustaining Partners (as of 2/1/2024)

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 Bank, Maine Community SolarOcean Renewable Power Company, Perkins ThompsonPierce Atwood, PowerMarket, Preti Flaherty, Quebec Government Office in Boston, Ramboll, ReVision EnergyRLC, Royal River Heat Pumps, Sandborn, Head & Associates, Sebago Technics, Sevee & Maher Engineers, Stantec, Summit Natural Gas, Tetra Tech, TRC, Verrill and VHB 

SUSTAINING INDIVIDUAL DONORSSeveral Committed Mainers and Friends 

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