Maryland Energy Administration Highlights!

MEA distributes hundreds of millions of dollars throughout the state to stimulate energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy production. Those dollars fund significant returns toward Governor Martin O’Malley’s EmPower Maryland energy goals, which effects the lives of real Maryland citizens. To better understand where those dollars go and to see how they promote a Smart, Green & Growing Maryland, read the following MEA success stories and highlights:

Making Homeownership Affordable and Green on the Eastern Shore
EmPOWER Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income Grant Program allows Habitat for Humanity Choptank to provide affordable, energy efficient home ownership opportunities on the Eastern Shore.

  • Prince George's County Community Harnesses the Power of the Sun
    University Park took advantage of the Maryland Smart Energy Communities Program and now their very own University Park Elementary School will become the first Prince George’s County public school to host a rooftop community solar array.
  • Maryland Farms Sprout with Energy Savings
    Since its inception, the Kathleen A.P. Mathias Agricultural Energy Efficiency Program has saved approximately 800MWh, 14,000 therms of natural gas, over 70,000 gallons of propane, and 2,220 gallons of diesel fuel on farms across Maryland.
  • A Greener Future Ahead for Edmonston
    Edmonston, Maryland might be a small town, but that hasn't curbed their passion for sustainable development and energy efficiency. Now, the town is working with MEA's Smart Energy Communities program to discover new ways to make their town even greener.
  • Energy Efficiency Keeps Carroll County Non-Profit Growing
    With a lack of air conditioning, Barbara Norman, General Manager of the Westminster Riding Club, was flustered with the prospect of losing business for WRC's event venue. As it turns out, WRC was a prime candidate for a Lawton Loan.

Do You Have An Energy Success Story You'd like to Share?

If you or your company have benefited from MEA programs or incentives, you could be featured in our newsletter. Please submit your story for consideration to meainfo@energy.state.md.us or call our office for more details: 410-260-7655.


Energy Empowers

Read more Maryland success stories at the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Empowers website.