Climate Technology Founder’s Fund Will Accelerate Economic Opportunities and Carbon Reduction Solutions for Maryland

Maryland Clean Energy Center – Climate Technology Founder’s Fund (SB0960) was among the 275 bills signed into law by Governor Moore, yesterday. By establishing the Climate Technology Founder’s Fund, Maryland will be better positioned to invest in the start-up companies looking to advance exciting new cleantech and climate tech solutions. This is a critical resource…

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EPA Intends to Make $62M Grant Award to Maryland

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Maryland Solar for All Program (MSFAP) will enable low-income and disadvantaged communities to deploy and benefit from solar. The Maryland Solar for All Program (MSFAP) is among a group of 60 applicants selected by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to receive funding under the $7 billion Solar for All grant competition for states, territories,…

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Infrastructure as a Service Procurement Expedites Implementation of Clean Energy Solutions

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The Maryland Clean Energy Center announces the selection of ten vendors with technical capabilities to assist with planning, installation, operation, and management of energy solutions and systems through Master Service Agreements and assists Baltimore County secure EV Infrastructure Assessment and Planning Contract. Public and private sector partners now have convenient access to qualified service providers,…

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$15 Million Climate Catalytic Capital Fund Launched to Support Maryland Clean Energy Projects

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Today, the Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is launching the Climate Catalytic Fund (C3 Fund), to support projects that implement clean energy measures and technologies intended to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impact of climate change.    With $15 million to distribute over three fiscal years, MCEC will support projects and investments with…

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MCEC Seeks Public Private Investment Partnerships to Leverage Federal Loans for Clean Energy in Maryland

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The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC)  released a Request for Information (RFI) which seeks to gather information regarding the potential use of State funds to implement the priorities outlined in Maryland’s Climate Solutions Now Act and associated Climate Pollution Reduction Plan, the Clean Energy Jobs Act and Clean Energy Future package and leverage federal financing…

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FREE technical assistance available for Maryland-based rural agricultural producers and small businesses to access USDA REAP funding

Maryland Clean Energy Center to provide support for grant applicants looking to reduce operating costs with an energy audit, efficiency upgrades, and renewable energy projects The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) was recently awarded a $155,400 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA/ Rural Development) Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). These funds will…

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Over $1M in CEA Loan Program approved financing for Maryland home energy improvements

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Low-cost, Maryland PSC approved, program offers homeowners loans with 0% financing for 12 months, and reduced interest rates. COLLEGE PARK, Md. ­For Maryland homeowners suspecting they are paying too much for cooling or heating needs, or those who anticipate needing to replace those systems, the Clean Energy Advantage (CEA) Loan Program provides a convenient and…

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Vice President Harris Announces Inflation Reduction Act Provisions at Coppin State University

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MCEC staff, board, and advisory council members were in attendance at Coppin State University (CSU), earlier this month, to hear Vice President Kamala Harris share details about provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act that will combat climate change and create a stronger clean energy economy. Anthony Jenkins, President of Coppin State University, opened the program…

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GGRF Solar For All Application Partner Interest Requested

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The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is coordinating a statewide application in pursuit of EPA Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) Solar for All Program Funding. MCEC is building a collaborative working partnership with state, local and municipal government agencies, NGOs, labor and workforce training organizations, financing organizations, industry leaders, contractors and project developers. Work sessions…

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Morgan State University (MSU) Master Services Agreement Moves the Campus Closer to Sustainability Goals

MCEC offers strategic procurement and technical services to public and private sector clients seeking to develop, build, finance, own, and operate clean energy and energy efficiency systems, infrastructure, and technologies. Through a novel partnership agreement, MCEC is providing procurement, project management, and technical assistance to Morgan State University (MSU), to assist the institution with meeting…

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