Maine's new Clean Tech Corridor campaign, created by the Environmental and Energ
Maine's new Clean Tech Corridor campaign, created by the Environmental and Energy Council of Maine (E2Tech), the New England Clean Energy Council, and the University of Maine's Department of Industrial Cooperation, will begin on November 15. The campaign aims to stimulate clean tech investment in Maine and to attract clean tech companies to the state through mentoring, affordable space, and services. Clean tech businesses could benefit from opportunities such as acres of unleased space available at Brunswick Landing and NECEC's $1.3 million federal iGreen New England grant to help clean tech companies gain access to funding and other resources.
Donnelly, Sara Anne, "Maine's new Clean Tech Corridor campaign, created by the Environmental and Energ" (2011). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5570.
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