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This report presents findings from a survey that concentrated on issues pertaining to Maine’s business climate for the environmental and energy technology sector. The Environmental and Energy Technology (E2Tech) Council of Maine commissioned the survey, with support from the Maine Technology Institute’s Cluster Enhancement Award. The survey, conducted during the summer of 2006, collected information on the factors believed to affect the business climate for Maine’s environmental and energy technology sector, including availability of external investment, skilled workforce, collaboration among firms and in-state partners. Information on state characteristics (e.g., taxes, state/local government support, location relative to key inputs) that may affect growth potential was also captured on the survey.
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Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station
energy development, pollution prevention, environmental protection
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Noblet, C.L., and T.M. Gabe. 2007. Business climate for Maine's environmental and energy technology sector. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Miscellaneous Report 442.