The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is a not-for-profit corporate instrumentality of state- created statutorily by the Maryland General Assembly.

A Board of Directors, appointed by the Governor, provides oversight for the organization.

MCEC serves as a statewide green bank with a mission to transform the energy economy in Maryland by increasing clean energy jobs, driving commercialization of technological innovations, and enabling consumer adoption of clean energy products and services. MCEC facilitates access to capital through leveraged or direct investment and operates financing programs targeted to serve various consumer audiences, and underserved communities. The Center provides specialized procurement and technical services in order to facilitate and expedite project implementation.



The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Equity Outreach & Community Development Manager to work among a team of talented, passionate individuals with a shared focus on achieving the mission of this statewide Greenbank. The primary responsibility of this position is to facilitate partnerships, increase awareness, provide technical assistance, build capacity, and enable access to capital for low-income households and disadvantaged communities, with the goal of achieving environmental justice, increasing energy literacy, and improving access to clean energy, decarbonization and climate resilience solutions for stakeholders throughout the state.

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MCEC is seeking an experienced and highly motivated individual to be a senior member of the finance team with responsibilities that include leading its innovative and results-oriented lending programs as Lending Programs Manager. The selected individual will support current program management and development of new programs for all identified sectors to deploy projects that deliver quantifiable climate-related benefits. Program development activities include identifying and engaging stakeholders, especially in vulnerable communities, originating projects, and providing access to affordable capital through implementation of direct and indirect lending constructs related to specific financing transactions.

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