KEEPING MAINERS WARM
Support your local energy fuels drivers and technicians. They keep everyone and everything safe, warm, and moving.
Since 1954, MEMA has been dedicated to working on behalf of energy marketers and their consumers to educate and lead our state forward. We advocate for our members in Augusta and in the news, informing legislators and the public with the facts about Maine’s energy industry.
MEMA by the Numbers
and 175 associate members who provide goods and services to Maine's petroleum dealers and their customers
of heating oil, propane, biofuels, motor fuels, pellets, and electricity and convenience store owners
and 1 million Maine people kept warm and cozy
Propane Sold Annually
in the state of Maine is supplied by MEMA members
in the state of Maine, and the majority are MEMA members
Stay Current on State of Maine Energy News and Advocacy
Paid family leave advocates rallied Thursday to build support for a compromise bill that is under attack from some business...
Maine moved one step closer to banning flavored tobacco products on Thursday, with the Health and Human Services committee...
Governor Janet Mills announced she has sworn in Carolyn “Carrie” Gilbert of Cape Elizabeth to serve a six-year term on the...
Bills We Are Following
in the 131st Maine Legislature
The MEMA Technical Education Center (MTEC) is Maine’s premier HVAC-R training school. Created and maintained by our members, MTEC was built on the belief that the best way to learn is by doing, which is why students work hands-on with the very same equipment they’ll encounter in the field. Click through to learn more about how we train and certify the next generation of industry professionals at our state-of-the-art facility in Brunswick, Maine..
News & Updates
Read up on our most recent stories about what’s going on at MEMA and MTEC.
[WGME] Senator Angus King explores future of energy at Brunswick's MTEC
BRUNSWICK (WGME) — Senator Angus King says the energy industry is changing, and today he saw first hand how Maine companies are getting ready for the future.
[WGAN] Charlie Summers on WGAN's Morning News
Charlie Summers, President & CEO of MEMA, discusses L D 894 (Energy Choice Bill) and Governor Mill’s climate action plan.
[Lewiston Sun Journal] Charlie Summers: A career in HVAC is promising
Today the need for well-trained technicians in HVAC-R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration) has never been greater, and these jobs pay well and offer opportunities for advancement and life-long career development.
[Maine Biz] MEMA/MTEC
“The thoroughness of the hands-on training is unlike what you would get anywhere else in the Northeast,” says MEMA’s VP Megan Diver.