Maine: Changes Proposed to Billing Practices for Solar Energy Law

Maine now has 23,000 community solar project subscribers and 1,000 projects built or in the pipeline.  Bill Harwood, Public [...]

The Future of Clean Energy in Maine, Massachusetts, and Maryland

Maine, Massachusetts, and Maryland–aside from being on the east coast and starting with the same letter, are all also [...]

Shared Offshore Wind Focus Prompts Maine, UK Clean Energy Collaboration

A mutual focus on offshore wind energy has prompted an agreement between Maine and the United Kingdom to collaborate [...]

In Maine, Push for a Publicly Owned Electric Grid Continues

While lawmakers disagree on the likely costs and benefits, one proponent says COVID-19 has made the case for a [...]

MaineHealth Commits to Solar Power for Half of its Energy Needs

The state’s largest health care system has signed deals with 3 solar developers and says it expects to save [...]

Northeast States See Solar Policy Turn Around With New Governors

Even when the federal government wages war against clean energy, states can build their own robust solar industries with [...]

To Meet Renewable Energy Goals, Maine Must Take Charge on Big Battery Incentives

A 14-member study group is examining the economic, environmental and energy benefits of storage. Maine’s ambitious plans to cut [...]

Maine’s Renewable Energy Subsidy Program Seeks Supporters in South Portland, ME

Maine Green Power targets the city as the next area to expand the state’s effort to subsidize renewable energy [...]

Maine on the Cusp of a Clean Energy Future: 100% Renewable Energy Bill Passes Legislature, Heads to Gov. Mills’ Desk

The list of states committing to power themselves with 100 percent clean energy could soon include the Pine Tree [...]

Maine Passes State-Level Green New Deal for Workforce Development

A Maine bill framed as the state’s own Green New Deal passed its final legislative hurdle on Tuesday. Originally mandating an [...]