Maine law (Sub Chapter 1A) states that all schools must be designed to reduce energy usage by 20 percent using the Maine Energy Code as a baseline. The Maine Public Utilities Commission (PUC) runs an initiative called Efficiency Maine which can offer grants to any new school in the state.
Grants & Rebates
DSIRE maintains a database of incentives for Maine, many of which can be applied to schools. See the page for more information.
Maine High Performance Schools
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Feature Your High Performance School Design Work
Are you an architect or engineer who has worked on a High Performance School in this state? You can download and fill out our questionnaire and NEEP will use it to complete a case study, highlighting your firm's exemplary work on high performance schools. We use these case studies on our website, webinars, and conference presentations, and often invite architects or engineers to speak about their work in these venues.
For More Information
The High Performance Schools Exchange offers presentations and trainings to design and building professionals as well as school administrators and committees. These are available at no cost and can be scheduled by contacting Carolyn Sarno at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (781) 860-9177 x119 or John Balfe at email@example.com or at (781) 860-9177 x109.