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  • What the Affordable Care Act ruling means to Maine business

    James McCarthy

    Rick Dacri, owner of a Kennebunkport-based consulting firm that advises businesses on work force issues, says his client list ranges from Fortune 500 companies to nonprofits employing fewer than 10 people.

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    Derek Rice

    The global financial crisis of 2008 brought many changes in the banking industry, particularly in the area of mortgages.

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    Justin Lamontagne

    I will never forget the day a rather colorful professor of mine at Boston University wrote on the blackboard, “K.I.S.S.” It was in response to a question on how to write a paper on a particularly complicated economics topic. K.I.S.S.

  • Federal fallout

    Mal Leary

    LePage: ACA implementation on hold Awaiting answers from Washington Medicaid remains a concern Gov.

  • Hospitals look beyond ACA ruling

    James McCarthy

    Maine Hospital Association President Steven Michaud says that although the ACA presents challenges to hospitals and other health care providers, it also offers opportunities and momentum for initiatives already under way to reform care.

  • Focus on Real Estate/Construction/Design
    Focus on Real Estate/Construction/Design

    A Belfast manufacturer rehabs a former BNAS building to test high-efficiency technology

    Matt Dodge

    When the U.S.

  • Opinion
    Opinion

    Insulating factors

    Carol Coultas

    My dad visited recently and, given his proclivity toward puttering, volunteered to replace our wall phone in the kitchen.

  • Opinion
    Opinion

    Renewed activity, especially in the Portland market, bodes well for Maine development

    Drew Sigfridson Principal, Cbre|the Boulos Co., And President Of Maine Real Estate And Development Association

    As the new president of the Maine Real Estate and Development Association, I have become more keenly aware of the challenges and difficulties in developing commercial and residential projects in Maine.

Today's Poll

Have you considered using a heat pump in your home or business?
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Poll Description

Mainers are pumped up about heat pumps, as Mainebiz reported in our Feb. 19 edition.

The devices can help cut heating costs, as well as the state's reliance on fossil fuels. 

Heat pumps come in various forms. All work, basically, by transferring heat from the outdoor air or from the ground into a home's interior. The same technology can also provide cooling, ventilation and dehumidification.

In 2019, Gov. Janet Mills set a goal of installing 100,000 heat pumps across Maine — in homes, businesses and public buildings — by 2025. The target was exceeded two years early, and now the state is working to get another 175,000 heat pumps pumping by 2027.

If it achieves that goal, Maine would have a total of more than 320,000 heat pumps in use.