Rockport climate series hosts Challenges and Solutions to Going Solar in Maine

    ROCKPORT — The public is invited to attend the third program in the Rockport Conservation Commission's 2024 Climate Series, Wednesday, April 17, at 6 p.m., at the Rockport Public Library. In a presentation entitled, “Challenges and Solutions to Going Solar in Maine,” Lindsay Bourgoine will delve into the policies and factors influencing the transition to clean energy.

    Bourgoine will discuss the solar opportunities available to Midcoast residents, including community solar. She will propose how community solar stands out as a crucial tool in bringing tangible economic and environmental benefits to all Mainers, ensuring an equitable electric future.

    Lindsay Bourgoine is the director of Policy & Government Affairs at ReVision Energy. With a decade-long background in climate, conservation, and recreation policy, Bourgoine previously served as Vice President of Programs for Protect Our Winters (POW), leading the organization's climate policy and advocacy initiatives at both federal and state levels. Bourgoine was recently honored as a 2023 Community Solar Champion by the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA), recognizing her contributions to expanding community solar.

    For more information about this program and other upcoming talks in the Climate Series, visit

    Event Date: 

    Wed, 04/17/2024 - 6:00pm

    Event Location: 

    Rockport Public Library


    1 Limerock Street
    Rockport, ME 04856
    United States