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Maryland Save Energy Now supports the State's manufacturing sector by offering local access to one-on-one consultation, financial incentives, and tools and resources.

The MEA has formed a team whose goal is to help Maryland manufacturing facilities move forward with energy saving projects. The Maryland Save Energy Now team offers assistance to companies no matter where they are in their pursuit of energy savings. If a company is only starting to evaluate energy savings opportunities, the MEA team will help find an assessor to identify most promising areas of energy savings. If a company has already conducted an energy assessment but has not moved forward with project implementation, MEA team will work with the company to find ways to turn the potential energy savings into reality. The team also offers assistance to manufacturing plants that want to use highly efficient onsite power generation, known as combined heat and power (CHP).

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MEA and MedImmune to Host Energy Efficiency Showcase at Gaithersburg Manufacturing Site on September 30, 2013

MedImmune—the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca—has made it a priority to reduce energy use at its Gaithersburg site. By partnering with the U.S. Department of Energy and MEA, MedImmune has been able to tap into a valuable pool of professionals and tools for the development of its energy management system. On Monday, September 30, 2013, speakers from MedImmune, MEA, the U.S. Department of Energy, and Pepco will provide information about MedImmune's experience. The energy efficiency showcase will be held at MedImmune Headquarters in Gaithersburg, and will include presentation of a short film and a tour. Pre-registration is required. More information, including the Showcase agenda, is available.

MEA Tours CHP Facility, Promotes New Incentives

The Maryland Save Energy Now team organized a tour of the combined heat and power (CHP) facility at the Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus on November 8, 2012. At a September 10 workshop, Maryland companies and other interested stakeholders had an opportunity to learn about new financial incentives for CHP systems offered by the state’s electric utilities. View presentations from the workshop. A panel of CHP experts
A panel of CHP experts and utility representatives explained the new incentives and their impact on project economics to 70 workshop participants.


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Tools and Resources

Tools & Resources

Software tools and other resources on industrial energy efficiency

BACKGROUND: Maryland Save Energy Now supports EmPOWER Maryland, an initiative to meet the Governor's goal of reducing per-capita electricity use and peak demand 15% by 2015. Maryland Save Energy Now is part of technology deployment efforts sponsored by the Advanced Manufacturing Office of the U.S. Department of Energy.

Program Implementation Partners: Select Energy Solutions, Inc.; Energy Pathfinder; SRA International, Inc.; Energetics Incorporated.

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