Notice to Grantees Regarding Extensions of MEA Grants due to the COVID-19 Emergency
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) stands united with Governor Hogan and its partner agencies to keep Marylanders safe and healthy while continuing to provide the same service during the unprecedented COVID-19 emergency.
MEA understands that due to the Proclamation of Emergency issued by Governor Larry Hogan on March 5, 2020, grantees may not be able to complete all of the milestones required under their grants before the specified date. Furthermore, MEA understands that grant timelines may need to shift due to limitations in on-site access, supply chain impacts and other factors.
Therefore, MEA hereby extends grant deadlines and operative dates for the eligible programs listed below until January 5, 2021, unless further modified. MEA will consider longer extensions on a case-by-case basis, please contact the Program Manager for the program you are participating in for more details.
If you have questions or concerns please contact your MEA Program Manager listed in the attached list of eligible programs. Please email general questions to DLinfo_MEA@maryland.gov To learn about other MEA efforts during this emergency please visit our COVID-19 Response webpage.
List of Eligible Programs and Contacts
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program
Commercial, Industrial and Agricultural Grant Program
Combined Heat and Power Grant Program
Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant Program
Energy to Cash Pilot Program
Game Changer Program
Katherine A.P. Mathias Agricultural Energy Efficiency Program
Low-and-Moderate Income Community Grant Program
Maryland Energy Infrastructure Program
Maryland Offshore Wind Capex Program
Maryland Offshore Wind Workforce Training Program
Maryland Smart Energy Communities Program
Next Generation Energy Efficiency for Industrial Sector Program
Parking Lot Solar Photovoltaic Canopy with Electric Vehicle Chargers Grant Program
State Agency Loan Program (SALP)