News from Maine Energy Systems - Makers of Wood Pellet Furnaces and Boilers

Rebates on Advanced Wood Heating Equipment Now Available for Commercial and Institutional New Construction

Montpelier, VT – “The Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR) announced the availability of a new incentive program for advanced wood heat systems in commercial and institutional new construction. Qualifying installations will be eligible to receive custom incentives of $1.25 per square foot of heated space, up to $50,000….”

01/20/2015: Heating Renewables Demand Drives 100% Growth

BETHEL, MAINE - Maine Energy Systems (MESys) today announced that it sold a record number of fully-automatic wood pellet boilers throughout North America, doubling its output from 2013 to 2014. “Concern over highly fluctuating fossil fuel costs and growing consumer...

06/26/2013: Farmington Model Neighborhood Project Underway

A new program is offering homeowners in Farmington and Wilton, Maine, the opportunity to save 40-50 percent on home heating costs by switching from oil heat to high efficiency wood pellet boilers. Municipalities and non-profits are also eligible to participate. The...

11/28/2012: MESys Introduces Convertible Boiler

Maine Energy Systems announces the introduction of its 68,000BTU (20KW) MESys Convertible wood pellet boiler. The MESys Convertible is a standard MESys 20KW pellet boiler made as a simple first step for the pellet boiler buyer. The MESys Convertible is a standard...

12/01/2011: First Ski Area Installation for Renewable Energy Company

Greenwood, ME: Maine’s Mt. Abram Ski Area has taken delivery of a “D” Energy Box from Maine Energy Systems that will heat the 5500 square foot base lodge using renewable and locally sourced wood pellets. The installation will result in Mt. Abram no longer requiring...