The Obama administration’s push to get offshore wind going in the United States moves to Maryland, where the governor is a big supporter.
Maryland’s first commercial solar PV and battery storage microgrid improves resiliency and enhances the grid.
Governors from eight states sign a mutual agreement that will put into play action steps designed to drive green vehicle growth in coming years.
Maryland’s governor unveils a plan which raises targets for renewable energy, energy efficiency and peak energy demand reduction.
Ikea is closing in on having solar on nearly 90 percent of its U.S. locations. A new 2.6 megawatt Maryland system is the granddaddy of them all.
The winds of change brought some great progress to Maryland this week when the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2013 passed through both houses of the legislature.
Maryland’s legislature is finally on board with promoting offshore wind power, but Congress could help even more by passing an expanded tax credit bill.
Critics rage at government support for renewable energy, but offshore wind power, for one, could use the policy breaks that nuclear power sometimes gets.
Maryland’s governor continues his quest to get offshore wind development going in the state, where legislation has twice before failed to pass.
AOL Energy reports on how the state of Maryland, because of its location, has become a surprise entry as a leader in energy politics and business.