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RMI’s NextGenM Energy Forum Recap

Leading Maryland Manufacturers Publicly Endorse RMI Energy Efficiency Approach Companies in RMI program project annual savings of $597,000 Over 250 manufacturing stakeholders came together at RMI’s Energy Forum in Timonium to learn about RMI’s new energy efficiency program, which was launched last fall, and heard directly from the first two groups of companies who are […]

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UMD Alumni Hatch Sub-$300 3D Printer, Raise $3.3 Million on Kickstarter

  The Micro produced by Maryland manufacturer M3D Two University of Maryland graduates have designed The Micro, a consumer-friendly, sub-$300 3D printer, and are quickly staging one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all-time to produce it, hauling in $3.3 million with more than 10,000 backers. The Micro raced past its $50,000 goal in just […]

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RMI Partners with Carroll County to Recruit Manufacturers

On Thursday, February 26, RMI met with a group of Carroll County manufacturers – including Northrop Grumman, Land Sea and Air Manufacturing and LAI International – at Carroll Community College in Westminster to discuss RMI’s new energy efficiency initiative targeted at reducing energy at manufacturing plants in the Baltimore region. The meeting was hosted by […]

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RMI Partner Spotlight: Maryland MEP First Stop for Manufacturers to Get Help

By Brian Sweeney, MEP Executive Director Maryland has a wonderful opportunity to grow its economy through the newly awarded NIST Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership Center for the State of Maryland. MDMEP is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization funded under the NIST Program to provide consulting services to Maryland manufacturers to strengthen and grow Maryland’s manufacturing […]

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EPA Proposal on Emission Limits Could Significantly Impact Manufacturers

RMI member offers advice on new limits. By Rick Schaefer, Partner at CohnReznick LLP in Baltimore. Will manufacturers soon have yet another cost to contend with?  A proposal made by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) earlier this fall seeks to further limit carbon emissions for future and existing power plants. What could this mean for Maryland […]

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