Press & Resources
Biofuels Digest. June 18, 2018. Maine Developments—bio news mounts from the Pine Tree state
Bangor Daily News. March 27, 2018. New Company Plans to Manufacture Beer Coasters in Maine
Biofuels Digest. February 13, 2018. 4 Minutes With... Charlotte Mace, Executive Director of Biobased Maine
Portland Press Herald. October 19, 2017. LePage Invites Bio-Based Businesses to Call Maine Home
Mainebiz. October 19, 2017. ReEnergy Issues RFP with Enticement of Cheaper Electricity Rates
WAGMTV. October 18, 2017. ReEnergy Celebrates National Bioenergy Day in Fort Fairfield, Announces Request for Proposals
Biofuels Digest. September 11, 2017. Bounding Maine: Top 10 companies targeting Maine’s forest resource for higher-value apps
Bangor Daily News. May 3, 2017. Biorefinery Firm Eyes Plant in the New Industrial Complex at Former Old Town Mill
Mainebiz. May 3, 2017. Maine Senate Greenlights Bioplastics Jobs Bill.
Biobased World News. May 12, 2017. Five Minutes with Charlotte Mace, Executive Director of Biobased Maine
Mainebiz. April 24, 2017. Sappi and Biobased Maine put out Joint RFP for Westbrook Mill
Bangor Daily News. April 3, 2017. As Paper Mills Die, Here’s How Maine Loggers Hope to Survive
Portland Press Herald. October 20, 2016. Maine Wood Innovators Gathering to Explore Next-Gen Products
Mainebiz. October 3, 2016. Charlotte Mace is Driven to Cement Maine’s Place in a Biobased Future
Mainebiz. July 11, 2016. Global Demand Spurs Growth in New Forest Product Sectors
ARTICLES AND RESOURCES:
Harnessing Forests as a Next Generation Feedstock for Renewable Chemicals. Presented by Biobased Maine vice president Mike Belliveau to the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. July 2018.
FBRI—"Serving societal needs by bringing sound science to commercial viability." Presented by Hemant P. Pendse, University of Maine Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department professor and chair, and Forest Bioproducts Research Institute (FBRI) director, to the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. July 2018.
Making Sustainable Products to Diversify Our Forest Industry and Create Good Manufacturing Jobs in Rural Maine. Presented by Biobased Maine executive director Charlotte Mace to the Grow Smart Maine/E2Tech’s The New Forest Economy Forum. Hallowell, Maine. March 2017.
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