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Chewonki Foundation
http://www.chewonki.org/
Click on the Environmental Education link to see the efforts of this multifaceted organization. Chewonki hosts workshops for educators, such as KidWind, and for consumers.
DeepCWind Consortium
http://deepcwind.org/
This consortium led by folks from U. Maine Orono studies far-off-shore wind power possibilities. They hold an annual competition for teams from Maine schools, called Windstorm Challenge, and they list internships and study opportunities in wind power.
Efficiency Maine
http://www.efficiencymaine.com/
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 (Commission). Efficiency Maine offers builder certification and training on energy management, systems, and building.
Endless Energy Corporation : Maine & Vermont ...
http://www.endlessenergy.com/
Endless Energy proposes two wind farms in southern Vermont and western Maine, and has been involved in experimenting with wind power in Maine since the 1980s.
Green Campus Consortium of Maine
http://www.megreencampus.com/
Maine Energy Education Project
http://meepnews.org/
Offering workshops, activities, and ideas for teaching about energy in Maine, focusing on energy literacy, air quality, the environment, climate change, and transportation.
Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
http://www.miaqc.org/
Hosts annual conference, in partnership with efficiencyMaine and the American Lung Association.
Maine Wind Blade Challenge
http://mainewindbladechallenge.com/
Teams of high school-age students build blades for a wind turbine and compete in an annual event each April.
MaineGreenPower.org
http://www.MaineGreenPower.org/
Northeast Solar Heating Cooling Instr. Training ME
http://www.kvcc.me.edu/NESolar/
At Kennebec Valley Community College in Fairfield, ME, this program trains the trainers for solar heating and cooling installation. Instructors from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont are invited to professional development activities as part of their program.
TerraForm Power
http://www.terraform.com/
Formerly firstwind and previously UPC Wind, operating wind farms across the United States, Europe, and South America. Difficult to find whether they have kept any of the educational materials through the acquisitions...
U Maine Farmington Sustainable Architecture
http://umfedctr.wikispaces.com/Edu+Ctr+Welcome
Area teachers are welcome to take advantage of trips to the center to learn about sustainable architecture.
Wind Power Technology, Northern Maine Community College
http://www.nmcc.edu
An associate-level degree program training for careers in wind power operations.
Windstorm Challenge -- DeepCWind Consortium
http://windstormchallenge.com/
The Windstorm Challenge is an annual competition each spring in Maine since 2009, sponsored by the DeepCWind Consortium, a group of institutions researching far-offshore wind power. Secondary-school age students build model-sized floating platforms for wind turbines and compete in a wave-pool for stability.