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Though the Legislature is still wrestling with Governor LePage about the fate of much of this session’s proposed legislation (including the 19 bills LePage attempted to pocket veto this week), the fate of Efficiency Maine funding is secure.

At Evergreen, we pride ourselves in good communication and customer service. This month, we're focusing on the connection between those goals and another top priority: workplace safety.

Prepare yourself for one of the great injustices of home performance:

The same problems that cause dangerous, damaging ice dams in winter can also make your home unbearably hot all summer. Take a look:

The simple fix to a clerical error that could cut Maine’s energy-efficiency funding by $38 million dollars was overwhelmingly approved by the Maine House of Representatives and is awaiting hearing in the Senate.

The 90-acre Cushing homestead of renowned Maine artist Bernard Langlais will soon be gifted to the Georges River Land Trust as the Langlais Sculpture Preserve, but first it’s getting an energy efficiency makeover.

The battle over the missing “and” continues, but several proposals suggest that it won’t end the way we reported it would on April Fools’ Day.

Energy Advisor Justin McEdward (far left) completed his Dale Carnegie sales training yesterday and earned the Sales Advantage Highest Award for Achievement.

Trainer Dave Stearns (pictured with Justin at left) praised Justin's "confidence, poise, and continuous performance."

Way to go, Justin!

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