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Energy, Environmental & Economic Policy in an Election Year
Thursday, May 22, 2014
7:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Talbot Lecture Hall, Luther Bonney Hall, USM Campus, 85 Bedford St., Portland
Member – $15.00
Non-Member – $30.00
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Reflections and Predictions on Maine's Energy Policies
, written by Kay Mann
The 126th Maine Legislature and its committees considered a diverse portfolio of environmental, energy and economic development bills related to mining, wind siting & permitting, solar energy, renewable portfolio requirements, energy efficiency funding, lake protection, small business bonds and many other topics. After the Legislature packs up and before the 2014 Gubernatorial campaign intensifies, E2Tech is bringing legislators, lobbyists and political experts together to discuss recent legislation and look ahead at initiatives that will define the political and policy landscape for the next Governor and Legislature.
Maine State Legislature:
Senator John Cleveland
- Chair, Energy, Utilities & Technology Committee
Senator Tom Saviello
- Member, Environment & Natural Resources Committee
Business & the Environment:
, Regulatory Manager, Summit Natural Gas of Maine on behalf of the Maine State Chamber of Commerce
- Executive Director, Natural Resources Council of Maine
Political & Media:
- VOX Global, MaineToday Media Commentator
, Winning Initiatives, MaineToday Media Commentator
We dedicate this forum to
Samuel C. Townsend
, a consummate gentleman with a loving family and an impressive life. As the former E2Tech Executive Director, Sam helped shape the direction and ensure the success of E2Tech and its members for years to come. Sam passed away in February 2014.
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