MCEC Appoints 2024 Advisory Council

Maryland’s advanced energy efforts supported by local experts with a broad range of experience and sector perspectives.

Maryland has set ambitious targets for greenhouse gas reductions and the deployment of renewable energy technologies. The Maryland Clean Energy Center (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 has recently appointed 52 individuals to serve on its 2024 Advisory Council, which draws input from collaborative groups to advise MCEC in achieving its mission.

“Maryland has a wealth of strategic resources to achieve the goals for carbon emission reductions and economic growth,” said Katherine Magruder, Executive Director for the Maryland Clean Energy Center. “The individuals appointed to the MCEC Advisory Council help us to assess opportunities and implement actions to make the most impact, and have the widest reach to benefit communities and companies throughout the state.”

Advisory Council Members are consulted to help determine priority actions related to finance, outreach & education, policy & legislation, clean energy innovation, and impact measurement associated with market expansion for advanced energy in the state. Advisory Council members serve in a voluntary capacity for a term of one year.

2024 MCEC Advisory Council Roster

Additional Advisory Council applicants will be considered for mid-term appointments on a rolling basis.

The Maryland Clean Energy Center 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 support in order to facilitate and expedite project implementation.