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The Maine Climate Council is charged with developing a plan to meet state greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that are now in law, including a gross 45% greenhouse gas emissions reduction below 1990 levels by 2030 and at least 80% by 2050.
Starting with an overview of energy use by sector, our panel of experts will explore challenges for meeting these targets. What combination of strategies could work, and what business opportunities might emerge? How have other states proceeded? What is the baseline and how will progress be tracked? As the Climate Council begins work on a blueprint for action, this panel will look at the scope of their undertaking.
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SUSTAINING CHAMPION: BURNS & McDONNELL
SUSTAINING LEADERS: BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, NORTHEAST BANK, SMRT ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS
SUSTAINING STEWARDS: BOYLE ASSOCIATES, CENTRAL MAINE POWER, CIANBRO CORPORATION, EAST BROWN COW, EATON PEABODY, GZA, HDR, NOVATUS ENERGY, OCEAN RENEWABLE POWER COMPANY, PERKINS THOMPSON, REVISION ENERGY, RLC ENGINEERING, SEVEE & MAHER ENGINEERS, ST. GERMAIN COLLINS, STANTEC, SUMMIT NATURAL GAS, SUNRUN, TETRA TECH, TRC, VERRILL
Sponsored by: Maine Municipal Association and the Maine GIS User Group
BIGGER AND BETTER! The Maine Municipal Association in 2020 expands its annual technology event to become the Municipal Technology & New Energy Conference. We will continue to honor technology topics such as internet access and broadband, cyber security, GIS tools and website development. MMA will also provide a new energy “track” of workshops looking at solar power, LED lighting conversion, electric fleet vehicles – and more.
Keynote Address: The State of Broadband in Maine
Nick Battista, Senior Policy Officer, Island Institute and ConnectME Authority Board Member
The issue remains a high priority: The quality of broadband Internet service remains pivotal throughout the state, as Maine competes in the global economic development marketplace. So, how’s it going? How are Mainers being served in cities like Augusta, Bangor and Portland, but also in rural areas and on island communities? What new idea and projects are out there to serve as educational examples?
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Phone: 207-623-8428 ext. 2304
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