Maryland Energy Storage Income Tax Credit - Tax Year 2024


Program Description: The Maryland Energy Storage Income Tax Credit is available to residential and commercial taxpayers who have installed an energy storage system on their residential or commercial property in Maryland. Under the enabling statute, MEA may award a total of $750,000 in tax credit certificates during a given tax year. Tax credit certificates will be awarded to eligible applicants on a first come, first served basis. Applying does not guarantee that a tax credit will be awarded. Current State law authorizes MEA to offer the program through tax year 2024. 


The information in the table below is updated every Friday afternoon, or next business day if a State Holiday is on a Friday.

LAST UPDATE:     April 12, 2024

NOTE: All unclaimed funds in all categories after June 30, 2024 will be made available to all applicants without restriction based on type (residential or commercial) on July 1, 2024.

Funding CategoryInitial Amount Allocated
Amount RemainingPercentage Remaining
Commercial (Purchased)$300,000​​
Commercial (Leased)$150,000$150,000100.0%

To apply for the tax credit, via an online application portal called Jotform, please click the link below to start your application.  

Type of Program: Income Tax Credit Program; first-come, first served.

Program Application Deadline: The deadline for receipt by MEA of applications for Tax Year 2024 is January 15, 2025, at 3:00 P.M. EST. MEA will not accept applications after that deadline. The deadline for receipt by MEA of missing documents and/or information for Tax Year 2024 applications that MEA received by the application deadline is within 14 days of MEA’s notification to the applicant of missing documentation, or January 20, 2025, at 3:00 P.M. EST, whichever is earlier.

Anticipated Program Budget:  $750,000.

For more information, please see the Funding Opportunity Announcement below.

​Program Documents:

For more information, contact MEA regarding Maryland Energy Storage Tax Credit – Tax Year 2024 by email at energystorage.mea@maryland.gov or by phone at 410-537-4000 to speak with Abigail Antonini, the MEA program manager.

Disclaimer - The Maryland Energy Administration cannot provide tax advice.  If you have any questions about Maryland State Taxes, please contact the Comptroller of Maryland (https://www.marylandtaxes.gov/​​) and/or a licensed tax professional.

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