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Boothbay, Maine, is the showcase for a new approach to meeting an occasional high-demand day: municipal-scale battery backup.
Brad Kieserman, leaving as boss of FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program after just a few months on the job, told a Congressional committee that the program needs a major overhaul.
The newly released EPA Clean Water Act implementation rule clarifying the government’s reach over “waters of the United States” is spurring a political backlash, and a likely wave of lawsuits. Also, it’s confusing.
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Targeting flood-damaged trailer parks, Vermont’s VerMod, Inc., is replacing some of the state’s worst housing stock with some of its best — affordably.
The 2015 hurricane season is forecast to be a weak one — but it has already seen its first storm.
A multifamily project in frigid Maine shoots to meet a tough standard for energy efficiency.
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