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Posts Tagged ‘Low-to-Moderate Income Energy Efficiency grant’

MEA launching programs dedicated to bringing clean and renewable energy to low-to-moderate income Marylanders

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is proud to offer two complementary programs for Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) that will support efforts by organizations working at the local level to access clean energy sources while reducing energy costs experienced by Marylanders with limited income. The Low-to-Moderate Income Energy Efficiency Grant Program  …Learn more

Energy Program for Low-to-Moderate Income Marylanders Makes Strong Impact

Maryland residents can realize huge savings by capitalizing on energy programs that increase energy efficiency and promote improved quality of living. Established in 2010, the Low-to-Moderate Income Grant (LMI) encourages innovative ideas directed at helping communities, neighborhoods, or entire buildings make energy efficient upgrades. Projects are geographically located in all  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration Provides $6.5 Million for Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Strategic Energy Investment  Fund Aids 1,200 Low-to-Moderate Income Homes Baltimore, MD – Today the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announced $6.5 million in grant funding for fiscal year (FY) 2021 Low-to-Moderate Income Energy Efficiency (LMI) grant. Local governments and nonprofits apply for funding to complete energy efficiency projects specifically designed to  …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

Maryland Energy Data Point – Low-to-Moderate Income Energy Efficiency

The Low-to-Moderate Income Energy Efficiency grant encourages innovative ideas to help vulnerable residents leverage cost-saving energy efficiency projects. Nonprofit organizations and local governments submit energy efficiency projects on behalf of citizens. Funding for this grant is made possible by the Strategic Energy Investment Fund. This grant received a Social Equity  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration Announces $10 Million Funding Awards for Energy Efficiency Upgrades for Maryland’s Low and Moderate Income Residents

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jahmai Sharp-Moore | 443-694-3651 Baltimore, MD – Today Governor Larry Hogan announced awards for the FY2017 Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income grant program. The program assists local governments and not-for-profit organizations to fund energy efficiency projects that are specifically designed to benefit low to moderate income Marylanders.  …Learn more

GHHI Improves Homes and Children’s Health

2015 Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income Grant Program For many Baltimore families, the home evaluations begin by word of mouth from friends and family. The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI), formerly the Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, has been helping the city’s residents get help for sick children  …Learn more

ACDS Brings Comfort, Cost Savings to Annapolis Apartments

2015 Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income Grant Program With most of its residents earning no more than 30% of the area’s median income, tenants in Annapolis’s Harbour House Apartments can ill-afford the high utility bills that are a by-product of a leaky, inefficient building. Lowering their energy usage through building  …Learn more