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The Latest: Governor Reported to Hire Burgess as Maine’s Energy Director

Reports are circulating that Governor Mills may have selected Dan Burgess as the Director of the Governor’s Energy Office. Burgess is a native of Newport and University of Maine alum. Burgess has been at the forefront of several renewable energy initiatives over the past decade. He has most recently worked in Massachusetts as the Deputy Commissioner and Chief of Staff of the Department of Energy Resources and also as the Legislative Director for Energy at the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.

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