Portland Event: “Green Energy and the Ballot Box: How Maine’s Renewable Mandate Could Drive The Economy (Into a Ditch)”

Portland

Thursday, February 16, 2012


DiMillo’s On the Water

25 Long Wharf


Luncheon

 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Green Energy and the Ballot Box: How Maine’s Renewable Mandate Could Drive The Economy (Into a Ditch)

 

Mr. Christopher O’Neil

Government Relations Consultant

O’Neil Policy Consulting, Inc.

Maine voters will likely decide energy policy at the ballot box. February’s luncheon will explore the renewable mandate referendum, and why it makes no sense for Maine.  Presenter Chris O’Neil is president of Friends of Maine’s Mountains, the state’s only free-market conservation organization, whose mission is to protect Maine’s environment and economy. 

 

MHPC Member: $17 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity.  Non-Member: $22

For additional information, please contact Amanda Clark at aclark@mainepolicy.org or 207-321-2550.

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