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April 30 | Environment and Energy Updates

The Federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and Inflation Reduction Act led to $10.5 M for four climate projects in York, Cumberland, and Washington county. The funding will protect fish and wildlife habitat & support climate resilience projects. To date, over $2.2 billion from the BIL has been awarded to 300+ specific projects in Maine. To view an interactive map of projects visit

Join the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association on Fri. May 3 from 11:30-4:30 to tour a high performance home on Peaks Island. Learn more and register here!

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