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Frostburg State University awarded Resilient Maryland grant

The Garrett County Republican Summary Frostburg State University has been awarded an inaugural Resilient Maryland pilot grant of $100,000 from the Maryland Energy Administration to plan a campus-scale microgrid that will bolster campus energy resilience, further sustainability goals and...

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Montgomery County Awarded $100,000 Grant to Pursue new Microgrid to Meet Sustainability Goals

MontgomeryCountyMD.Gov Summary Montgomery County’s Department of General Services has been awarded an inaugural Resilient Maryland pilot grant of $100,000 dollars from the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) to explore project designs, and identify the best option to pursue...

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Maryland Selects 14 Microgrids for Initial Project Funding

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Maryland yesterday announced winners in its resilience solicitation, 14 facilities that speak to the range of operations now pursuing microgrid projects — from marginalized neighborhoods to food production operations to a marine terminal. The...

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The District 40 mall and FESCO Energy to develop a microgrid using resilient and sustainable energy systems

Yahoo! Finance Summary FESCO Energy (FESCO®) and District 40 (formally Frederick Towne Center Mall located on the Golden Mile) have entered into an exclusive agreement to develop a microgrid enabled resilient, renewable, sustainable energy project that includes 3MW +/ of solar power...

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Montgomery County, Maryland's Microgrids are a Smart Solution to Improved Resilience

Eric Coffman, Montgomery County Government Read the Full Article #MRCNews #Microgrids #Maryland #MontgomeryCountyGovernment

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Washington College Partners With Innovative FESCO Energy to Work Toward Greater Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability

PR Newswire, SYS-CON Media Summary FREDERICK, Md. , Jan. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Washington College has joined forces with FESCO Energy to help the College reduce carbon emissions while improving energy efficiency and resilience, a major step toward implementing a vigorous and...

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Baltimore steam pipes get a new look

Lloyd Fox, The Baltimore Sun Summary Hidden below the streets of Baltimore is a steam system that provides hot water, steam and chilled water to over 255 businesses in downtown Baltimore. In a collaborative effort between the Downtown Partnership and Veolia, the company that...

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Microgrids Seek Path out of Regulatory Limbo

Michael Brooks, RTO Insider FERC Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur addresses the Microgrid 2.0 conference in Baltimore. (Photo: International District Energy Association) Summary “The phenomenon that I think FERC confronts and other agencies in Washington confront is that there’s been a...

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FERC Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur presents keynote address at Microgrid 2.0

Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) delivered an inspiring keynote address at the opening of IDEA’s Microgrid 2.0 conference: Advancing Industry Growth , reflecting on the many changes impacting energy markets including expansion of renewables and...

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White Oak Microgrid at FDA Federal Research Center

The White Oak Microgrid at the FDA Federal Research Center is a state-of-the-art 3 million square foot, $900 million Food and Drug Administration office and lab compound. The White Oak microgrid provides a high level of energy surety enabling the GSA/FDA to fulfill their mission while also...

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