How can Maryland Energy Administration incentives help?
Through the programs below, MEA helps Maryland residents, businesses, non-profits, and local governments implement energy efficiency upgrades and install renewable energy systems.
Passed in 2008 by the Maryland General Assembly, EmPOWER Maryland Energy Efficiency Act, established a goal to reduce per capita electricity usage and peak demand 15% by 2015. Energy efficiency is one of the least expensive ways to meet the growing electricity demands of the state, EmPOWER helps to promote energy efficiency saving Marylanders money.
Receive tax credits for producing electricity.
Incentives for CHP projects in commercial, industrial, instiutitional, and critical infrastructure facilities.
A competitive program that provides grants for deep energy retrofit projects in commercial, industrial, agricultural, and non-profit facilities.
Receive financial assistance to install solar photovoltaic, solar photovoltaic canopy, solar water heating, geothermal heat pump, and wind turbine systems.
Allows Maryland businesses to purchase subscriptions for energy from community solar arrays.
A competitive grant used to encourage the implementation of cost-effective energy efficiency measures in Maryland data centers.
Find links to utility-sponsored rebates for energy efficient products and equipment.
Apply for a loan to identify and install energy conservation improvements.
Participate in a farm energy audit and apply for cash rebates for energy saving projects.
This program provides grants for the installation of parking lot solar canopies with electric vehicle chargers.
Program serves low-to-moderate income residents by providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy during power outages.