A New Look for BiobasedMaine.org

By Charlotte Mace | Dec 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

You may have noticed that things look a little different around here. We’ve refreshed the look of our website to better highlight major projects, like our upcoming roadmap, and make it easier to find and use valuable resources such as our blog and newsletter archives, technical reports, and more. Click around and explore to learn…

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E2Tech Expo November 16: Biobased Maine Special Offer!

By Charlotte Mace | Nov 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

E2Tech is offering Biobased Maine members a special offer on the Nov. 16 E2Tech Expo 2017 registration fee! The third annual E2Tech Expo will be the premier business event of the year, focusing on innovation and business development. Investors and funders, policymakers, energy and environmental companies, and other innovation “enablers” are on tap to advise attendees on strategies for…

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Biobased Maine Statement on the Renewable Chemicals Act of 2017

By Charlotte Mace | Oct 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Biobased Maine would like to thank Senator Susan Collins for her leadership in the Renewable Chemicals Act of 2017 (S.1980), proposed legislation introduced Thursday that offers short-term tax credits for the production of biobased chemicals from biomass. Biobased Maine is actively pursuing new biobased manufacturing projects in Maine, such as the manufacture of high-value biobased…

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ReEnergy Partners with Biobased Maine with New Co-Location RFP

By Charlotte Mace | Oct 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

Today, at the National Biomass Energy Day event in Fort Fairfield, Maine, ReEnergy and Biobased Maine announce a partnership to seek technology for co-location at one or all of ReEnergy’s biomass-to-energy facilities in Livermore Falls, Ashland, Stratton, and Fort Fairfield Maine. Biobased Maine will be administering the RFP, which can be accessed here: ReEnergy RFP Biobased Maine’s…

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MTI Offers $45M in R&D Bond Funding for Equipment, Technology, and Infrastructure

By Charlotte Mace | Oct 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

The application process is OPEN now to apply for funds through the Maine Technology Institute’s new challenge grants, which will award $45 million to infrastructure, equipment, and technology upgrades for research, development and commercialization. Approved by Maine voters in 2017, these funds can be awarded to public and private entities to support the following targeted technology sectors:…

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