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Maryland Energy Administration Opens New Application Window for OPEN Energy Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tim Zink | 443-758-7344 Agency underscores potential economic, job growth benefits of unique program that enables highly innovative energy projects  BALTIMORE – The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) today announced the annual launch of its OPEN Energy Program, which provides opportunities to submit applications for innovative energy projects  …Learn more

Governor Hogan and Eight Fellow Governors Urge President Biden – Prioritize Offshore Wind Development Now

Governor Larry Hogan and eight other Governors today issued a letter urging President Biden’s Administration to build on the significant momentum to prioritize offshore wind development in the United States, while focusing on the development of a long-term plan to support the offshore wind industry to help maximize its economic potential and provide significant local and national benefits.

Combined Heat and Power Grant Receives Enormous Response

FY21 Program Approaches Full Subscription Two Months Early Last December, Governor Hogan joined MEA for a tour of the Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s CHP system, see more here.  The fiscal year 2021 (FY21) cycle of the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) grant from the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has seen  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration’s Report Illuminates Dynamic Market for LED Streetlighting Technologies

By Christopher Russell The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) commissioned Clean Energy Solutions Inc to develop a report (see below)  explaining potential cost-savings related to upgraded streetlighting technologies in municipalities across Maryland and Virginia. The market and policy parameters that shape the potential for streetlighting conversions  continue to evolve at the  …Learn more

Frederick County Revs Up New Electric Buses with Help from the Maryland Energy Administration

Frederick County has just completed a multi-year effort, utilizing grant funds from the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) via the Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) grant program, and bringing  four fully-electric transit buses into service. Frederick County received a total of $248,500 from the MSEC program during the fiscal years 2016  …Learn more

City of Cumberland Builds Success on Energy Savings

Cumberland is a participant of the Maryland Energy Administration’s (MEA) Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) program which encourages local governments to adopt long term, smart-energy policies.  Cumberland became a MSEC participating local government in 2015 and received an award of $45,000 to undertake lighting and HVAC retrofits at its city  …Learn more