It takes a lot of fuel to move Marylanders from point "A" to point "B." MEA offers incentive s to diversify the transportation fuel mix and types of vehicles used by Maryland residents and businesses. Through programs like the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program (EVIP), MEA is able to help promote clean, efficient transportation by allocating funds to Electric Re-Charging Infrastructure (ECI). In addition, MEA works with commercial shipping fleets to increase the use of alternative fuels, accelerate sales of hybrid vehicles, and more. To learn more:
> Maryland Clean Cities Coalition
> Drive more efficiently
Maryland is working with the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) to support the deployment of clean vehicles and fueling infrastructure in TCI states to maximize the economic opportunities and emissions reductions that these vehicles bring to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region.
NOTICE: The Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) has provided new policy guidance regarding emission certification requirements for light duty alternative fuel vehicles. MDE now clarifies that for vehicles under 14,000 pounds gross vehicle weight (GVW). EPA certified conversion kits may be used on EAP 50 state certified vehicles and vehicles with dual-certification. See the new MDE CARB Policy Guidance Document for additional details and information.
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