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Updated: May 26, 2023

E2Tech director plans to step down after 4 years

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Marty Grohman has led E2Tech since 2019.

After four years at the helm of the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine, Marty Grohman is stepping down to pursue other interests.

The Biddeford resident and former state representative will leave his job as E2Tech's executive director at the end of the organization's fiscal year on June 30.

"E2Tech is growing and strong," Grohman told Mainebiz. "I've had a great four years leading the way, but now I am going to put the backpack down by the side of the trail for a while."

Asked about his plans, Grohman said he will do some sustainability startup consulting as he looks for what's next.

E2Tech is a member-based organization is made up of individuals, businesses and organizations seeking to build Maine's environmental and energy technology economy, including renewable energy companies, environmental engineers, emerging entrepreneurs, innovators and designers, as well as government agencies, educational institutions and non-profit organizations and businesses.

E2Tech’s board of directors has formed a committee to lead the search for a new executive director.


Under Grohman’s leadership, E2Tech has forged closer ties of support and collaboration with the state’s leading businesses, state agencies and nonprofit organizations.

The organization has also expanded its membership roster to include a roster of 40 Sustaining Partners representing industry leaders from the environmental, energy and technology sectors, nearly 100 other businesses, more than 75 public agencies and nonprofit organizations, and a network of thousands of individuals who participate in E2Tech events.

“Marty’s leadership has contributed immensely to the success of E2Tech and to Maine’s larger efforts to advance clean energy and environmental technologies in the state,” said Tom Eschner, president of E2Tech's board of directors “We feel fortunate for all Marty has done for our organization, and we wish him continued success wherever his ambitions take him.”


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