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FY15 Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income Grant Program

FY2015 LMI Program Delivers $748,135 in Energy Savings to Maryland Residents

Thousands of low-to-moderate income Marylanders are enjoying lower energy bills thanks to energy efficiency projects funded through MEA’s FY2015 Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Income Grant Program. Fifty-eight grants to non-profit and government organizations ranging from $5,000 to nearly $1 million supported energy-efficiency measures from weatherization to HVAC and appliance upgrades, generating energy cost savings that leave some of Maryland’s most vulnerable residents with more available income for life’s necessities.


Read ACDS Brings Comfort, Cost Savings to Annapolis Apartments.pdfACDS Brings Comfort, Cost Savings to Annapolis Apartments.pdf
Read Civic Works Serving Communities through Energy Efficiency 2015.pdfCivic Works Serving Communities through Energy Efficiency 2015.pdf 
Read LMI partnering with GHHI Improves Homes and Children’s Health.pdfLMI partnering with GHHI Improves Homes and Children’s Health.pdf 

 

LMI 2015 Program Outcomes

 

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The reduced carbon dioxide is equivalent to the avoided emissions from providing electricity to 509 Maryland homes for one year!

 

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 Additional Information

Please submit any questions about the Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate Grant Program to Program Managers Dean Fisher or Brandon Bowser.

For information about the FY2016 Low to Moderate Income Grant Program, please click here. 

Get more information about our past cycle​ of this program.​
Low to Moderate Income 2014

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