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2017 DOE SEP Grant
State and Local Incentives
Grants & Loans
Commercial Clean Energy Grant Program
Receive financial assistance to install solar photovoltaic, solar photovoltaic canopy, solar water heating, geothermal heat pump, and wind turbine systems.
Community Wind Grant Program
Offers Maryland non-profits the opportunity to install and manage their own wind energy systems.
EmPOWER Clean Energy Communities Low-to-Moderate income Grant Program
Local governments and non-profits can apply for competitive grants to enable energy efficiency projects that benefit low-to-moderate income Marylanders.
Combined Heat and Power Grant Program (CHP)
Incentives for CHP projects in hospitals and waste water treatment facilities.
Energy Performance Contracting Assistance Program (EPCAP)
MEA provides technical assistance and "owner's agent" services to local governments and public housing authorities to identify the feasibility and aide in the implementation of energy performance contracts for buildings.
Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program
Apply for a loan to identify and install energy conservation improvements.
Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC)
After voluntarily adopting energy policies focused on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and transportation fuels, participating local governments become eligible for grant funding to enable energy projects within their community.
Program serves low-to-moderate income residents by providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy during power outages.
Net Zero Energy School Initiative Grant Program (NZEGPS)
MEA will provide grants to Local Education Agencies within the BGE Service Territory to design and construct Net-Zero Energy Schools.
State Agency Loan Program (SALP)
State agencies can apply for loans to fund cost-effective energy efficiency improvements in State facilities.
Offshore Wind Workforce Development Grant Program
Offshore Wind Workforce Development Grant Program (Fiscal Year 2018) will provide grant funding on a competitive basis to ensure Maryland has a ready and able workforce capable of contributing to the construction, installation, and operations & maintenance of an offshore wind energy project.
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