Thank you to everyone who attended this successful event in support of the redevelopment of the former BNAS. Speakers' presentation slides are linked to their names, below.
Read a summary of the forum on the GreenEnergyMaine.com Blog.
When the Naval Air Station Brunswick (NASB) closed in 2011, the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA) sprang into action to implement a plan for redevelopment of the property into a business park providing good jobs to replace those lost to base closure and to utilize the base's extensive resources and facilities.
MRRA is working with private businesses, non-profit organizations, government entities, and other interested parties to explore possible investments in energy efficiency, conservation, renewable energy, and other alternative energy-related businesses, research and development programs, demonstration projects, incubation space, manufacturing or other uses at Brunswick Landing. A recent $2 million federal award to support establishment of an advanced manufacturing accelerator only enhances the site's attributes.
This forum's panel will update the public on economic development plans with a focus on the Renewable Energy Center (REC), TechPlace, and the types of candidate businesses, start-ups, organizations, technologies, systems, and services that might be integrated into the former NASB.
Join E2Tech and MRRA for a holiday breakfast event with energy, clean technology, and business leaders throughout Maine and New England.
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