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ReMaine is a clean energy internship program funded by the Maine Governor’s Energy Office, in which NEEP, The JPI Group, and more will partner with Maine employers to place interns in paid, short-term jobs. This program seeks to create an entry point into clean energy jobs in Maine, with a particular focus on women and BIPOC participants. The program is focused on connecting Mainers to training and employment opportunities that will enable them to stay in the state in the clean energy workforce. See the attached flyer for more details.
If you are interested in the program and in the possibility of hosting an intern, please register here for our “Lunch and Learn” meeting on Thursday December 8th at 12:30pm. We will provide an overview of the program, answer questions, and share a form for those interested in a follow-up, one-on-one meeting about participating
Join E2Tech Board Members and the E2Tech Program Committee for our Annual Meeting and Holiday Party at ReVision Energy! You'll have a chance to meet the newly elected board members, talk with the staff, network with your peers, and kick up your heels a bit at this great event!
This event will feature a breakfast networking session with industry leaders, highlighting the latest trends and challenges facing high energy users in New England. The event is delivered in collaboration with KOHLER Companies Clarke Energy and Heila, alongside the British American Business Council - New England and the United Kingdom's Department for Trade and Investment USA.
Learn about the latest advancements in the New England power generation and gas distribution networks.
T o include the latest opportunities pertaining to the Inflation Reduction Act
Gather insight from commercial and industrial high energy users on the challenges they face when planning for their future power needs. Learn from technology and solution providers on the latest innovations such as microgrids, combined heat and power technology, renewable fuels such as hydrogen, biogas and renewable natural gas (RNG) and how to deliver resilient, economical power for your business.
Our traditional Legislative Preview is back!
Hear from leaders in the upcoming 131st Maine Legislature on their priorities for the session. Which direction will energy policy, environmental legislation such as mining and PFAS, and other matters of urgent policy concern, develop though the legislative session? What are the goals of legislative leaders and policymakers on both sides of the aisle, and how do they mesh with industry concerns?
Plus, network with your peers over coffee before the panel starts, and follow up with the Northeast Clean Energy Council's "Clean Energy Day", held later the same morning at the State House.
Panel in formation by the E2Tech Program Committee. Speaker & topic suggestions welcome.
Seeking sponsors for this in-person event.
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