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Maryland Energy News

Helping Municipalities Easily Transition to LED Streetlights

By Christopher Russell, Energy Program Manager Streetlights are a high cost item for cities to maintain. Reliance on outdated technologies can cause cities to spend more than fifty percent of their total energy bill to streetlighing alone. Communities across the state express great demand for upgrading their street lighting fixtures, but are challenged by the complexities of investment analysis and procurement. ... Read more

Energy Grant Season in Maryland

By Abigail Peryea, Energy Grants Administrator  Summer is the season for new energy grants in Maryland. The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers a wide variety of energy incentives and tax rebates to help homeowners, renters, businesses, nonprofits and local governments too.    The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program (AFIP) is open and accepting applications till December 31, 2019. FY 20 AFIP contains new terms ... Read more

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