The Renew Maine agenda will set us on the path to a future where every Mainer – Black, brown, and white, Indigenous and immigrant – has a safe place to call home, food for their family, and clean air to breathe and water to drink.

 

We'll put thousands of Mainers to work building affordable, energy-efficient homes and installing rooftop solar panels for low-income households – guaranteeing good jobs, affordable housing, and clean energy for all.

Policy Framework

Create thousands of dignified, well-compensated jobs and launch a large-scale, union-led job training program to give workers the skills necessary to join expanding Green New Deal industries.

Build thousands of units of high-quality, energy-efficient, affordable housing and install rooftop solar panels on tens of thousands of low-income households, slashing carbon emissions and dramatically reducing utility bills for low-income customers.

Alter the 1980 Maine Indian Claim Act to allow the Tribes in Maine to have the same benefits and sovereignty as the other 562 federally recognized tribes across the United States.

Create the Maine Power Delivery Authority (MPDA), a new consumer-owned utility, to give Mainers control of our energy future

The Renew Maine Agenda Will

Read our policy framework

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Renew New England Alliance does not endorse or oppose candidates for elected office. While we believe strongly in the urgency and importance of the legislation our coalition has developed and advocates for, the coalition does not suggest that voters assess legislators based upon their positions on a single piece of legislation alone.