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Biofuels

Dept. of Energy - Alternative Fueling Station Locator
Nationwide
 

Web site: The Station Locator can search our database of fueling stations for the entire country to find alternative fuel stations that offer compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or propane), 85% ethanol (E85), electric, biodiesel, hydrogen, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). The results are displayed in a map with details for each station.

Last updated 2010-07-09


Maine Rural Partners
5784 York Village #4
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469
           

Office:  (207) 581-4520

E-mail: info@mainerural.org

E-mail: jennifer@mainerural.org

Maine Rural Partners' (MRP) mission is to strengthen the capacity of rural communities to secure a sustainable high quality of life. As Maine's federally recognized state rural development council, MRP specializes in building collaborative, integrated approaches to address identified needs at the state, regional and grassroots levels. MRP listens to what's needed, connects the right players and creates innovative, value-added solutions.

As a response to both need and opportunity, MRP convened and facilitates the Farm Energy Partners Network (FEPN). The FEPN coordinates the programs of agricultural, energy, environmental and business support interests to leverage our collective ability to achieve energy efficiencies and pursue on-farm renewable energy technologies. With support of the USDA Risk Management Agency, the FEPN is strengthening its capacity to serve the farm community.

To request a "Harvesting Clean Energy"e; farm energy audit, renewable energy assessment or resource materials, contact Jennifer Andersen, Network Coordinator at 766-5563 or jennifer@mainerural.org

Last updated 2009-09-12


Maine State Energy Program
Public Utilities Commission
18 State House Station
August, ME 04333
       

Office:  (866) 376-2463

The State of Maine's State Energy Program (MSEP), a Division of the Maine Public Utilities Commission, provides information on energy efficiency and renewable energy, technical assistance, and appropriate referrals to Maine businesses and homeowners.

Last updated 2009-03-25


MapQuest
Nationwide
 

Web site: Allows you to search for gasoline, diesel and alternative fuel retail locations across the country.

Last updated 2010-06-29


E85 Refueling Locations
Nationwide
 

National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition

Last updated 2009-03-25


Solar Market
25 Limierick Road
Arundel, ME 04046
   

Office:  (207) 985-0088

E-mail: info@solarmarket.com

We offer professionally engineered, turn-key solar power systems for a wide range of applications. Each system uses proven state of the art components and is professionally installed, providing decades of reliable clean energy. Solar Market is also proud to offer Biodiesel, 100% solar grown diesel fuel. Call us to start powering your car, truck, or fleet by domestically grown soy beans.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Digesters/Biopower

Katahdin Energy Works
12 Belmont St
Brunswick, ME 04011-3004
       

Office:  (207) 729-6090

E-mail: fjheller@verizon.net

E-mail: katahdinEnergyWorks@verizon.net

The first step in using an alternative source of energy for your home, farm or business is to do a SITE ASSESSMENT of the potential of native renewables'--wind, solar, bio-mass, tidal, hydro; at your location; then assess the impact of any modality on the environment and your ability to 'profit' or save money as a result.

Last updated 2009-09-17


Maine Rural Partners
5784 York Village #4
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469
           

Office:  (207) 581-4520

E-mail: info@mainerural.org

E-mail: jennifer@mainerural.org

Maine Rural Partners' (MRP) mission is to strengthen the capacity of rural communities to secure a sustainable high quality of life. As Maine's federally recognized state rural development council, MRP specializes in building collaborative, integrated approaches to address identified needs at the state, regional and grassroots levels. MRP listens to what's needed, connects the right players and creates innovative, value-added solutions.

As a response to both need and opportunity, MRP convened and facilitates the Farm Energy Partners Network (FEPN). The FEPN coordinates the programs of agricultural, energy, environmental and business support interests to leverage our collective ability to achieve energy efficiencies and pursue on-farm renewable energy technologies. With support of the USDA Risk Management Agency, the FEPN is strengthening its capacity to serve the farm community.

To request a "Harvesting Clean Energy"e; farm energy audit, renewable energy assessment or resource materials, contact Jennifer Andersen, Network Coordinator at 766-5563 or jennifer@mainerural.org

Last updated 2009-09-12


NorthEast Biogas, LLC - ME
ME
 

Office:  (518) 439-8757

E-mail: info@northeastbiogas.com

NorthEast Biogas is a developer of biogas projects which help the agricultural and industrial sectors to generate new revenue streams from the professional management of organic waste streams. NorthEast Biogas provides proven, state of the art, modular, biogas technology systems from leading European manufacturers, and a full array of support services including project management, turnkey solutions and ongoing operation and maintenance services.

Last updated 2008-08-20


The AgSTAR Program
Nationwide
 

Office:  (202) 343-9406

The AgSTAR Program is a voluntary effort jointly sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Energy. The program encourages the use of methane recovery (biogas) technologies at the confined animal feeding operations that manage manure as liquids or slurries. These technologies reduce methane emissions while achieving other environmental benefits.

Last updated 2009-08-17


Woods End Laboratories, Inc.
290 Belgrade Road
P.O. Box 297
Mt Vernon, ME 04352
 

Office:  (207) 293-2457

FAX:  (207) 293-2488

toll-free:  (800) 451-0337

E-mail: compost@woodsend.org

E-mail: lab@woodsend.org

The production of biologically-based energy is gaining ground as means of reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Biogas recovery for methane is a very sensible approach to processing organic waste and has advantages over pure landfilling, lagooning and also over composting alone. Landfilling largely wastes organic carbon removing it from nature's cycle altogether. Lagooning release huge amounts of methane. Composting consumes large amounts of fossil-energy while releasing huge quantities of carbon-neutral CO2 at the expense of a positive energy-index. Combinations of biogas-recovery with these technologies makes up for some if not most of these deficiences.

Last updated 2009-04-02


Energy Efficiency

AgMatters
1063 Main Street
Vassalboro, ME 04989
   

Office:  (207) 873-2108

E-mail: ltitus1@verizon.net

AgMatters’ (AM) mission is to provide information and services for Maine farmers to help them increase the productivity, quality, and profitability of their farm operations. By helping to improve farm operations, we will enhance the quality of life for farm families, the communities in which they operate, and the environment of the State of Maine--and we have fun doing it! AM’s intent is to acquire the necessary training to assist Maine farmers with energy audits to advance their on farm initiatives and projects. AM has experience in assisting farmers with permit applications in other aspects of Maine agriculture.

Last updated 2009-09-12


Efficiency Maine
Public Utilities Commission
18 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0018
   

:  (866) 376-2463

E-mail: efficiencymaine@maine.gov

Efficiency Maine is a statewide effort to promote the more efficient use of electricity, help Maine residents and businesses reduce energy costs, and improve Maine's environment. Efficiency Maine is funded by electricity consumers and administered by the Maine Public Utilities Commission.

The Efficiency Maine Business Program provides cash incentives and free, independent technical advice to help businesses save energy and money and improve the environment.

Efficiency Maine offers a small business energy audit program and a small business low interest loan program (farms and farmers are eligible.) Contact Shirley Bartlett at 287-3318.

Efficiency Maine's website provides information about cash incentives for energy upgrades, periodic announcements about grant programs, a list of certified solar thermal installers, certified residential energy auditors, and NABCEP certified solar electric installers, "Small Wind Electric Systems: A Maine Consumer’s Guide" and "The Maine Solar Primer" as well as publications about home energy and energy tax credits.

Last updated 2009-09-12


Farm Sales & Service
Box D Skilling Ave.
So. Paris, ME 04281
 

Office:  (207) 368-4074

E-mail: jon_rowe@roadrunner.com

An Efficiency Main Agricultural Program Ally. Program allies are vendors, contractors, suppliers and professionals that are familiar with Efficiency Maine and can help you with your energy project. Program Allies are familiar with Efficiency Maine and can guide you on qualifying equipment and on the application process.

Last updated 2009-09-12


Freedom Electric
449 Us roue 2 e
Wilton, ME 04294
     

Office:  (207) 491-9422

E-mail: teddy_ellis@yahoo.com

All Electrical Work, Energy Conservation Measures, Energy Auditing, Air Sealing Security Systems, Alternative Energy by means of Solar, Wind and Geothermal

Last updated 2010-06-23

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