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Posts Tagged ‘Environment’

Baltimore office building earns “High Performance Building Award”

After installing $1 million worth of energy efficiency upgrades, Seiberlich Traneacknowledged the One North Charles high-rise in downtown Baltimore with a “High Performance Building Award.” The aging office building had been in need of improvements for some time, and the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) helped make the project possible by  …Learn more

MEA Provides Energy Upgrades for Residents of Prince George’s County

United Communities Against Poverty (UCAP) is the official Community Action Agency for Prince George’s County. The agency is dedicated to providing assistance for individuals and families whose quality of life has been negatively impacted by poverty, unemployment, homelessness, crime, and inadequate public health services.

Highlandtown Healthy Living Center Promotes a Healthier Environment

Kecia Wherry believes environment influences health. As Vice President of Business Development and Community Relations at Baltimore Medical System (BMS), she identifies the Highlandtown Healthy Living Center as a facility born from a strict adherence to this belief.

Queen Anne’s County Invests Clean Efficiency Funding to Save Money

  The Queen Anne’s County Department of Public Works – Division of Engineering and General Service’s (QAC) does more than balance budgets every day. The agency has a three-pronged mission to respond promptly to customer service concerns, safeguard the environment, and respect its cost-conscious citizens. By working with the Maryland  …Learn more

Landover Hills Homeowner Saves $352 in Annual Energy Costs

  Thanks in part to a grant issued by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), Dottie Fratturelli was able to upgrade the insulation in her attic, improve the air sealing around her house, install CFLs, and replace her old refrigerator with a more energy efficient model. Not only was she grateful  …Learn more