UPDATE: June 2021
The Fiscal Year 2021 Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) program awarded more than $750,000 to 16 grantees to assist in funding 22 energy projects that will result in significant cost savings and stimulate economic activity, read more here.
For more information, contact MEA regarding MSEC by e-mail at MSEC.MEA@Maryland.gov or by phone at 410-537-4000 or dial 443-694-3358 to speak with the program manager, Briggs Cunningham.
See the MSEC Fiscal Year 2021 full list of awardees here on our news page.
See the MSEC Fiscal Year 2020 full list of awardees here on our news page.
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The goal of the Maryland Smart Energy Communities program is to support local governments as they adopt smart-energy policies and commit to them for the long term. Communities will benefit from sustained reduction of energy usage, cost savings, and additional opportunities for renewable energy development.
Becoming a Smart Energy Community will result in:
The MSEC Grant Program is available to all incorporated towns, cities, and counties in Maryland. Communities that apply for the program and commit to meeting the three deliverable requirements may receive funding based on availability. Full project funds are made available only when communities complete the deliverables as specified by MEA.
The FY21 program budget is $1,080,000 and is available for existing MSEC communities as well as first-time applicants (new communities): incorporated towns, cities or counties in Maryland. Funding is available for energy efficiency, renewable energy and transportation projects.
MSEC_FY21_Notice of Availability_FINAL.pdf
For more information, contact us via e-mail at MSEC.MEA@Maryland.gov or by phone at 443-694-3358. Information submitted to MEA by postal mail may have processing delays and we encourage emails and phone calls when possible.
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