FY 2014 Low to Moderate Income (LMI) Grant
This page references a program that ended in mid-2015. Click here for information about the FY2016 Low to Moderate Income Grant Program.
Maryland Residents Save $684,209 Annually Through Energy Efficiency Measures
The FY2014 LMI Program is delivering significant annual energy savings to thousands of low to moderate income Maryland residents through recently completed energy efficiency projects spearheaded by a wide range of non-profit and government organizations. Through 62 grants ranging from just over $5,000 to nearly $1 million, MEA supported a wide range of energy efficiency measures that maximized energy savings in the commercial and residential facilities in which they were installed. Learn more about how organizations committed to improving the lives of Maryland’s low to moderate income residents have leveraged this program to lower energy bills for those who need it most.
A collaborative of local governments within Prince George's County improved 154 homes with annual energy savings of more than $61,000.
The Baltimore organization improved 27 facilities and delivered annual energy savings of more than $131,000 to groups serving the city's underserved.
Community Action Council of Howard Co.
Taken together, almost 200 families in five counties are saving more than $70,000 annually in energy costs through this project.
Habitat for Humanity
Two Habitat for Humanity chapters are saving homeowners more than $25,000 annually in energy bills by making smart energy efficiency upgrades.
Please submit any questions about the EmPOWER Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Grant Program to Program Manager Dean Fisher (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rory Spangler (email@example.com)