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Maryland Energy Administration: Request for Information for Costs, Barriers and Impacts Associated with Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in Multi-family Housing House Bill 830 (HB830)

To advance Maryland’s environmental objectives, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is seeking feedback from the home contractor community, real estate developers, labor groups, and any other interested parties who wish to provide constructive feedback on how House Bill 830 (HB830) could impact stakeholders. This collaboration seeks to enhance the program’s  …Learn more

Maryland 2021 Clean Energy Industry Report Finds Strong Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy Employment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Baltimore, MD- The Maryland Energy Administration today announced the release of the Maryland Clean Energy Industry Report, prepared by BW Research and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) with financial support and guidance from the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA). This report represents  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration Grant Helps Giant Food Deploy Electric Delivery Vehicles

Reposted from PR Newswire website via Giant Food 06.09.2022 LANDOVER, Md., June 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Giant Food, the leading greater Washington, D.C. regional grocery chain, announces today the deployment of two brand new, fully electric Giant Delivers vehicles. The electric step-van vehicles join Giant’s fleet of 128 vehicles based in Hanover, Md. making daily deliveries to  …Learn more

State of Maryland Purchases 40 Electric Vehicles for State Fleet Department of Budget and Management Partners with Maryland Energy Administration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Nick Pepersack 410-260-6261 The State of Maryland is converting their fleet of traditional fossil fuel vehicles to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), which includes electric vehicles (EVs).  The Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM) plans to purchase 40 fully electric vehicles with Strategic Energy Investment  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration and Giant Food Help Sponsor Convenient and Reliable Charging EV Charging for Maryland Drivers on the Go

Volta Charging Reaches 100 Charging Stations in Maryland reposted from Volta Charging website 6 15 21 SAN FRANCISCO, June 15– Volta Industries, Inc. (“Volta Charging”), an industry leader in commerce-centric electric vehicle (EV) charging networks, today announced that it has reached a joint milestone of 100 brand-sponsored, complimentary charging stations located in  …Learn more

Amazing Maryland Smart Energy Communities Grant Awards $750,000 To Save Energy For 137 Homes. Is your Town listed?

By Briggs Cunningham, Energy Program Manager The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is pleased to announce awards for the Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) grant program for fiscal year (FY) 2021. More than $750,000 will be distributed to 16 grantees to assist in funding 22 energy projects that will result in significant  …Learn more

Town of Upper Marlboro Purchase First Electric Vehicle with Plans for Expanding EV Chargers

ELECTRIC VEHICLE, WILL ALSO INSTALL CHARGING STATIONS Reposted from Upper Marlboro press release from May 19, 2021 The Town of Upper Marlboro has purchased its first fully electric vehicle that will be assigned to the Town’s code compliance officer who handles property standards issues and assists the Town police with  …Learn more

Frostburg Police Introduce All Electric Chevy Bolt to The Fleet

Reposted from Frostburg City Police Department Facebook page April 28, 2021 The Frostburg City Police Department recently introduced a brand new 2020 Chevrolet Bolt into its fleet of patrol vehicles. This is the first fully electric police vehicle in the area. The vehicle was obtained through the new fleet leasing  …Learn more

Strategic Energy Investment Fund Powers Valuable State Energy Programs Supporting Clean Energy Advancement and Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Earlier this month, MEA launched a new blog series entitled, “Maryland Energy Data Points” to explore how energy initiatives are impacting the lives of Marylanders. Most of the funding for MEA programs comes from the Strategic Energy Investment Fund (SEIF) which MEA administers. SEIF funds enable meaningful state energy programs  …Learn more

New Maryland Clean Fuels Incentive Program “Greens” Transportation Sector $1.3 Million Awarded to Five Organizations; Largest Electric School Bus Deployment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Baltimore, MD – The Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP)​, created and managed by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), supports both the purchase of fleet alternative fuel vehicles and funding to expand the state’s alternative fueling infrastructure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions via proven technology.  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Data Point – Electric Vehicle Chargers

In 2020 alone, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) helped add 996 new electric vehicle (EV) chargers in the state. Expanding Maryland’s EV charging infrastructure is critical to reaching our state’s goal of 300,000 zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) on the roads by 2025.Replacing traditional fossil fuel cars with ZEVs will improve  …Learn more

Maryland Ranks 4th in First Ever National Transportation Scorecard

Reposted from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) on 2/3/21 The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) has issued the first comprehensive report each citing how each state is working to remove barriers for residents and businesses to use and charge electric vehicles (EV). Maryland ranked fourth  …Learn more

Tracking Maryland’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Activity

Maryland has a long history of supporting ZEVs which reduce transportation-related air pollution, including greenhouse gas emissions. ZEVs also help reduce our dependence on petroleum, enhancing national security. GHG emissions from the transportation sector in Maryland account for 36% which is above the nationwide average of 27% attributed to vehicles  …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

Maryland Energy Administration Announces Over $5 Million in Grant Availability for Resilient Clean Energy Grants

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Baltimore, MD – The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is launching a trio of resilient, clean energy grants to engage businesses, support jobs, and reinforce the state’s clean energy goals. Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) programs are now open for Combined Heat and Power (CHP),  …Learn more

Nissan and Constellation Energy Partner to Give $10,000 Off a New Nissan LEAF

Through Constellation’s EZ-EV program, new and existing Constellation electric supply customers can receive a $10,000 discount on the purchase of a new 2016 or 2017 Nissan LEAF.  This promotion has just been extended through JUNE 2017.   For more details click here. Click link below to download flyler Nissan Constellation EZEV Customer  …Learn more