Latest / News•Sep 16, 2017
Maine Grassroots Climate Change Action Conference draws activists statewide
One of the well-attended sessions was titled “Maine’s Clean Energy Future: A Vision for 2030 Fossil Fuel Free and Non-Transmission Alternatives.”
Kathleen Meil, of Acadia Center, an advocate for clean energy, said Maine is a leader in utilization of heat pumps.
“Heat pumps are paying off,“ she said.
Her presentation also emphasized that further introduction of natural gas into Maine is not an effective strategy.
“We are done with natural gas,” Meil said. “Natural gas is not the future.”
Read the full article from the Sun Journal here.