The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is pleased to announce the opening of the Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant Program (DCEEG) on Monday, August 9, 2021. This program will provide grants on a first-come, first-served basis to encourage innovative and cost-effective energy efficiency technologies in Maryland-based data …Learn more
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Learn how Montgomery County Public Schools has partnered with the Maryland Energy Administration to address energy efficiency savings for their data centers.
By David Giusti Energy Program Manager All data centers provide round-the-clock sensors to monitor power, temperature, humidity, fire, and other mechanical functionals for critical IT infrastructure. Data centers use 100 – 200 times more energy than a typical office building, running 24 / 7 / 365. In 2017, US data …Learn more
By David Giusti, MEA Program Manager Launched in 2016, the Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant (DCEEG) was the first of its kind from any state government to address energy needs of data centers. Data centers use an enormous amount of energy, consuming 100 to 200 times the electricity of a …Learn more
Today the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announced the launch of the Fiscal Year 2018 Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant Program (DCEEG). The program, now in its second year, is designed to support the robust and growing information technology (IT) sector within Maryland by providing grants on a competitive basis to …Learn more
By Rory Spangler, Energy Program Manager for Data Centers We are ecstatic to see the high rate of interest in our Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant Pilot Program. This unique, first of its kind in the country, program is designed to support the robust and growing information technology sector within …Learn more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Baltimore, MD – Today, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announced the launch of the Data Center Energy Efficiency Grant Pilot Program (DCEEG). The program is designed to support the robust and growing information technology sector within Maryland by providing grants on a competitive …Learn more
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