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MEA Partners with BNOW to offer Maryland Offshore Wind Foundation to Blade Training Course

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) and the Business Network for Offshore Wind (BNOW) have partnered to advance offshore wind industry education in Maryland. Funded by MEA, BNOW has developed a Maryland focused Foundation to Blade (F2B) Training Course with the first cohort scheduled for October 6, 2021. The F2B training  …Learn more

Maryland Energy Administration Announces $2.8 Million for Offshore Wind Supply Chain Development Grants

By Chidinma Emenike, Energy Specialist Maryland is committed to supporting local businesses involved in the expansion of clean, renewable wind energy which will bring new economic growth and career opportunities to residents. Maryland, along with seven other coastal  states have committed to procuring nearly 30,000 megawatts (MW) from wind energy.  …Learn more

Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia Announce Agreement to Spur Offshore Wind Development

reposted from press page Alliance Will Streamline Development of Offshore Wind Resources in Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Region ANNAPOLIS, MD—The governors of Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia today announced a three-state collaboration to advance offshore wind projects in the region and promote the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic United States as a  …Learn more

MEA Road Trip to Fourmile Wind Farm

by Kaymie Owen, CMP, Communications Manager Our Maryland Energy Administration team visited Exelon Generation’s Fourmile Wind Energy Project in Garrett County, MD. The farm came online in January of 2015 and has 16 turbines.  Exelon is America’s 12th largest wind producer, with 47 projects in 10 states and nearly 1,500  …Learn more

Fall into energy savings with tips from the Maryland Energy Administration

October is Energy Awareness Month Baltimore, MD (Oct. 4, 2016) –This October, as part of national Energy Awareness Month, the Maryland Energy Administration encourages its residents  to learn how they can reduce their energy use and, in turn, lower their monthly bills. “We are an important resource to all Maryland citizens, providing  …Learn more

Wind turbine system transforms country home into “green” dream house

Skeptics of clean energy’s impact should consider Henry and Nancy Maier, the Allegany County couple who converted a charming, three-story farmhouse into their very own “green” paradise. The couple’s fully operational wind turbine system generates enough energy to power their 2,500 square foot residence with energy to spare.