Maryland Energy Administration offices are closed but staff is still working
Yesterday Governor Larry Hogan announced an executive order, mandating teleworking for non-essential state employees, beginning today, Friday, March 13, across all state agencies in response to COVID-19. All previously scheduled events and travel has been cancelled. Normal work meetings will be held virtually. The staff of Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has been preparing for this possibility and will continue working to serve Marylanders.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your understanding. Click here to see the MEA staff directory with email contact information. Information about MEA programs can be found on our website. If you are inquiring about a specific program please visit the program page for additional information and specific information on how to contact the program team.
This week, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) a global pandemic. The State of Maryland is continuing to operate under a state of emergency, and all levels of government are taking a comprehensive, collaborative approach to keep Marylanders safe and informed while continuing to provide them necessary services. The list of ongoing state actions is available at governor.maryland.gov/coronavirus.
For health resources regarding COVID-19, including case counts and clinician guidance, Marylanders should visit health.maryland.gov/coronavirus.