MEA helps schools lead by example on energy efficiency and clean energy programs. Opportunities like the Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program retrofit public and private schools with energy efficient appliances, lights and more, exposing children to energy efficiency concepts at a young age. In addition to providing informational resources to school facility directors, MEA provides children with links to educational resources, including games, renewable energy science fair ideas and more.
MEA is on a mission to make Marylanders more efficient energy consumers. We’ve identified 15 things that EmPower Marylanders to save money, and now we’re sharing those tips with everyone. In addition to posting that information on this website, MEA distributes pamphlets and posters to colleges and municipal organizations across the State. It also worked with the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore to make those 15 tips interactive. MICA created a hands-on art installation project that identifies the savings associated with specific energy efficiency improvements. Users can quickly identify hundreds to thousands of dollars worth of savings. See the interactive energy efficiency box at an MEA event soon. If you’d like more information about acquiring 15 Things pamphlets or posters, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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