RME CEO Bill Staby delivered a presentation and served as a panelist at an event sponsored by Maine-based E2Tech entitled “Ocean Energy: Updates on A Critical Maine Power Source.” “I was very pleased at the turn-out today,” Mr. Staby said. “It’s indicative off the high level of interest in ocean energy technologies in Maine.”
Besides Mr. Staby (pictured far left above), the other panelists were (from left to right) Beth Nagusky, Director of Innovation & Assistance at the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, John Ferland, Vice President, Project Development Ocean Renewable Power Company and Des FitzGerald, Vice President, Business Development Principle Power, Inc.
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