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Maryland Energy Administration’s 2015 Commercial and Industrial Grant Program Launch
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is now accepting applications for the fiscal year 2015 EmPOWER Maryland Commercial and Industrial Grant Program. The Program is designed to enable and showcase energy efficiency projects that reduce electricity usage by at least 20% in privately-owned commercial or industrial buildings. The application, as well as additional information about this program, can be found on MEA's website at http://energy.maryland.gov/Business/empowermdchallenge/index.html
. Questions about the program should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: December 16, 2014
MEA EmPOWER Maryland CHP Grant Program
In support of Maryland’s ongoing efforts to enable sustainable energy development, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has announced a new program designed to further encourage Combined Heat and Power (CHP) growth. Promoted under the name “MEA EmPOWER Maryland CHP Grant Program” or “MEA EmPowerMdCHP”, the new program will target Healthcare and Publicly Owned Wastewater Treatment facilities throughout Maryland. These two industries have been selected because of the inherent requirement for enhanced electricity resiliency in their facilities. In this manner, the program will help ensure the health, safety, and well-being of Maryland’s citizenry. Additionally, the efficiency gains realized by commissioning CHP systems will also help to make progress towards Maryland’s clean energy goals including the generation of renewable energy (biogas/biomass), reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and reducing waste streams.
Posted: December 16, 2014
Pepco and Delmarva Power held a Combined Heat & Power Conference at the University of Maryland. Presenters included representatives from the Mid Atlantic CHP Technical Assistance Partnership, Maryland Energy Administration, University of Maryland, UMD/GDF Suez, Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. June 4, 2014 CHP Conference Presentation
Posted: June 18, 2014
EmPOWER Maryland Challenge
EmPOWER Maryland Challenge: Commercial-Industrial Grant Program - The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is encouraging commercial, industrial and non-profit enterprises in Maryland, that have made energy efficient upgrades and have reduced electricity usage by an estimated 20% or more, to join the challenge and compete for up to $500,000 per customer in grants.
- Grants are above and beyond current C&I Energy Savings Program incentives
- Grants cover up to 50% of project costs after other incentives
- Awards can range from $20,000 to $500,000
- No limit on project size
- Applications close January 15, 2014
- Grantees will be showcased in the EmPOWER Maryland Challenge
For more information and the application, please visit: http://energy.maryland.gov/Business/EmPOWERMDChallenge
Please contact the Delmarva Power C&I Energy Savings Program team if you would like assistance in coordinating the application process for available program incentives and MEA’s EmPOWER Maryland Challenge grant.
Posted: November 20, 2013
Delmarva Power is pleased to announce the approval of a Combined Heat and Power Incentive Program.
The CHP Program is part of the C&I Energy Savings Program available in the Maryland territory. Delmarva Power is developing an RFQ process for the recruitment of potential CHP projects. Projects will be submitted to the Delmarva Power C&I Energy Savings Program for program pre-approval. Upon pre-approval, incentives will be reserved for the project. Click to learn more
ENERGY STAR Challenge: 2012 Race to DC - EPA’s call-to-action encouraging architecture/engineering firms to incorporate energy efficiency strategies in their projects that save money and reduce their carbon footprint on the built environment. The Race is a friendly competition among three regions of the U.S.—Wild West, Big Easy Central and the East Coast to see which one will have the most projects to achieve Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR. Jump In and Join the Race! A/E firms can help their region by
- using Target Finder online tool
- achieving Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR
- submitting their projects to EPA by April 4, 2012.
EPA will honor the A/E firms and projects, building owners and chapters/organizations from the winning region at the AIA National Convention in Washington, DC.
Important Notice Regarding the Phase Out of Premium Efficiency Motor Incentives
The Delmarva Power C&I Energy Savings Programs will discontinue offering program incentives for premium efficiency electric motors as of March 1, 2011. The Motor incentives are being phased out due to higher national efficiency standards for electric motors manufactured after December 19, 2010, as required by the *2007 Federal Energy Independence and Security Act (E.I.S.A.). It is expected that all Maryland utilities will take similar action.
To ensure that any currently planned projects or pre-approved projects can be completed prior to the motor incentives end date, you must:
- Submit your Motor Application no later than February 28, 2011 to be eligible for pre-approval.
- Complete all pre-approved projects, including those approved prior to this notification, and submit all required documentation to the program office by May 31, 2011.
Incentive checks will be mailed within four weeks of receipt of all completed project documentation by the program office.
*For more information regarding the 2007 Federal Energy Independence and Security Act go to:
Maryland Save Energy
The State of Maryland is pleased to announce a new energy efficiency program for Maryland industry. Maryland Save Energy Now
supports EmPOWER Maryland and the energy efficiency efforts of industrial facilities in two ways:
- Low-cost facility assessments from Maryland Save Energy Now are intended to assist in reducing energy consumption by increasing implementation of energy efficient measures, driving demand for energy efficient equipment and services and the incentives available to help off-set the cost.
Free training webinars are intended to help industrial facilities become educated consumers of energy efficiency services. To request your low cost energy assessment or learn more about the program, visit www.energy.maryland.gov/SEN
Posted: September 20, 2010
The Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program
The Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program (JELLP) provides eligible businesses, non-profit organizations (including hospitals and private schools), and local governments (including public school systems and community colleges) in Maryland a unique opportunity to reduce operating expenses by identifying and installing energy conservation improvements.
Posted: September 9, 2010
These programs support EmPOWER Maryland administered by the Maryland Energy Administration