Saturday, October 19 • 10AM to 5pm • east end community school • Portland, me
As the publisher of the Green & Healthy Maine HOMES magazine, we are happy to present the premiere Green & Healthy Maine Home + Energy Show, a one-day event that will connect leaders in Maine’s sustainable home and energy industries with homeowners who are interested in green living. From solar power to heat pumps, air quality to air sealing, and electric vehicles to edible landscapes, you’ll find endless inspiration for creating your high-performing, green & healthy Maine home - whether you are looking to build, buy or enhance an existing property.
As home to many nationally recognized building science and design professionals, Maine is leading the way in the high-performing home industry. Don’t miss your chance to learn directly from these sought out professionals.
Come with a specific question about your home or energy project, attend a workshop and browse the booths to find inspiration and resources. Chat with experts, find new products, learn about incentive programs and take advantage of show discounts and deals from our exhibitors.
come to the green & Healthy maine home + energy show if…
you are a homeowner looking to explore sustainable & efficient technologies
you are in the market for a new home or are looking to build
you want to learn about Maine’s energy efficiency incentive programs
you want to find a realtor who specializes in green building or high-performance homes
you have an interest in addressing climate change through green building and energy choices
you have an interest in electric vehicles
you want to learn more about renewable energy, solar power or heat pumps
you want to find inspiration in the green building community!
100% of ticket sales will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat builds communities of new energy efficient homes, with affordable financing. Presently, Habitat is working on its largest project to date: a 13-home mixed income neighborhood in Scarborough called Carpenter Court, and has a goal to make one of these new homes Net Zero home this year. To learn more, visit habitatportlandme.org