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Maine Solar Energy Association

Do-It-Yourself Solar assembly workshops, for the general public ... MESEA (, has a reputation for complete, hands-on experiences for all participants in the solar PV and thermal focus that families working toward self-reliant lifestyles are interested in. The solar lifestyle, is a method to allow a true World Peace, without the resource wars we are plagued with, and toward an environment we can pass on to the future generations, without a Climate Crisis attached ...

Harrington, ME, PO Box 184, USA, 04643
We are dedicated to promoting the public awareness and use of:
• solar energy
• energy conservation
• other renewable nonpolluting energy sources
• environmental and health awareness building practices throughout the state of Maine.
Key programs & initiatives
- solar energy awareness for the public to understand our human condition and relationship with the Earth.
- energy conservation is the first step when establishing a self-reliant lifestyle, then solar technologies can be used and not over-used.
- renewable, non-polluting energy sources and a clean environment will create the health awareness our building practices will allow.
Geographic scope
Statewide in Maine, nationwide with solar workshops
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