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Understanding Our Water Footprint to Reduce Campus Risks

Speakers Ed Kirk, Johns Hopkins University Jonathan Lanciani, Sustainable Water #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #SustainableWater #JohnsHopkinsUniversity #Baltimore #Maryland #WaterConservation #RiskMitigation #Water Treatment

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New $2M grant to boost efficiency efforts for Maryland manufacturers

Krysti Shallenberger, Utility Dive Summary Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced a new $2 million, three-year grant aimed at encouraging energy efficiency adoption by state manufacturers. The grant will provide funding for the Regional Manufacturing Institute, which will identify state...


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Chesapeake Utilities to supply gas to Delmarva hospital

Jeff Mordock, The News Journal, Delaware Online Summary Chesapeake Utilities will provide natural gas to power a combined heat and power plant at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland. The use of natural gas to produce on-site electricity will reduce Peninsula Regional...


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Maryland announces $5.5M CHP grant program

Smart Energy Decisions Summary Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Aug. 18 announced the launch of a $5.5 million grant program for combined heat and power systems, the state's largest to-date. In outlining the program, which will be administered by the Maryland Energy Administration, Gov. Hogan...


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Maryland, Hawaii Turn to Storage Incentives as State Markets Gain Momentum

Peter Maloney, Utility Dive June 6, 2017 Summary A new report examines Hawaii and Maryland as examples of a trend in state energy storage incentives. Nevada earlier this month became the fourth state to adopt an energy storage incentive. The Silver State joins California, New Jersey and...


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By Extending EmPOWER, Maryland Solidifies a Leadership Position on Energy Efficiency

Daniel Bloom, Advanced Energy Economy April 26, 2017 Summary In the final days of Maryland’s legislative session, a bill to extend the state’s successful energy efficiency program – known as EmPOWER Maryland – through 2023 became law. With AEE and other efficiency advocates persuading Gov....