Jim LaBrecque, 40, a native of Farmington, is the brains behind cutting-edge ene
Jim LaBrecque, 40, a native of Farmington, is the brains behind cutting-edge energy-saving technology designed to operate the refrigeration, cooling and heating systems in large supermarkets. LaBrecque projected that his invention would produce around 350 jobs in Maine, but problems with the Finace Authority of Maine and various commercial lenders drove LaBrecque to close operations in Maine and move to New Jersey. LaBrecque's Modular Energy Processing System Company went bankrupt in 1992, and he has since formed MEPSGROUP in New Jersey. Details.
Inventors, Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery, LaBrecque, Jim
Austin, Phyllis, "Jim LaBrecque, 40, a native of Farmington, is the brains behind cutting-edge ene" (1994). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 606.
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