The Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI) has partnered with the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) to bring two valuable, no-cost programs to Maryland manufacturers: ENERGY EDGE and the Manufacturing Disruption Mitigation Assistance Program. Visit RMI’s Energy Services page.
Commercial Industrial & Agriculture Grant Program: Assisting commercial, industrial, and non-profit enterprises in funding deep energy retrofits that significantly reduce facility energy consumption.
Combined Heat and Power Grant Program: This program provides grants to encourage the implementation of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technologies.
Clean Energy Rebate Program: Helps eligible Maryland businesses and homeowners invest in clean energy. MEA provides incentives to assist in the installation of solar photovoltaic, solar water heating, and geothermal heat pumps.
Offshore Wind Program: The offshore wind program focuses on preparing Maryland’s businesses and workforce to enter the offshore wind industry.
Solar Canopy Grant Program: The program incentivizes the installation of solar photovoltaic canopies over parking lots, enabling a secondary use of property where parking services are offered.
Resilient Maryland: The program provides grants for the planning and design of community/campus microgrids, resilient facility power systems, advanced combined heat and power, and distributed generation systems at resiliency hubs.
Clean Burning Wood and Pellet Stove Rebate Program: Maryland homeowners can receive financial assistance to help install eligible clean wood burning stoves.
Community Solar LMI PPA Grant Program : Maryland Public Service Commission approved Subscriber Organizations can apply to receive incentives for supplying power purchase agreements (PPAs) that maximize value to low-to-moderate income (LMI) community solar subscribers.
Maryland Energy Storage Tax Credit Program: The program is available to eligible residential and commercial taxpayers who have installed an energy storage system on their residential or commercial property.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate: Residents, governments and businesses can apply for rebates for purchasing and installing an electric vehicle charging station.
Clean Fuels Incentive Program: Reduces consumption of imported petroleum by providing incentives for both publicly accessible alternative fuel infrastructure and alternative fuel fleet vehicles.
Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program: Businesses, non-profit organizations, local governments, and state agencies can apply for a loan to identify and install energy conservation improvements.
Maryland Energy Infrastructure Program (MEIP)to assist with funding to incentivize natural gas infrastructure.