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April 17, 2024

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Md. Opens $22.5M Funding Opp for Low-income Solar, Energy Efficiency
The Maryland Energy Administration has $22.5 million it’s planning to use to make low-income homes more energy efficient and put solar panels on their roofs.
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Maryland Moves Ahead with Advanced Clean Car and Truck Rules

Maryland is the eighth state to adopt the Advanced Clean Cars II rule, which will require all new light-duty vehicles sold in the state to be zero emission by 2035.

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Maryland Climate Report Lays out Pathways to Achieving Goals
A report lays out a long list of actions Maryland could take to reach the GHG-reduction and clean energy targets set out in its climate law.
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Maryland Legislature Ends Session with Big Wins for Clean Energy
In addition to the POWER Act, Maryland also approved bills aimed at growing markets for energy storage, community solar and zero-emission heavy-duty trucks.
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Maryland to Adopt California’s Advanced Clean Cars II Rule
Maryland will fast-track adoption of California’s ACCII rule, requiring that 100% of all new passenger cars sold in the state be zero-emission vehicles by 2035.
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DC Circuit Remands Conowingo Dam Licensing to FERC
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals vacated FERC’s licensing of the Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River in Maryland, ruling in favor of environmental groups.
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Maryland: State Met 2020 GHG Emission Goal, but Behind on 2030
Maryland surpassed its greenhouse gas emission-reduction goal for 2020, according to the final data released by the state Department of the Environment.
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Maryland GHG Cuts Beat 2020 Goal, State Says
Maryland’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2020 were 32% below 2006 levels, according to the state Department of the Environment, besting its goal of a 25% cut.
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Maryland Climate Change Comm. Chasing New State Law’s Ambitious Goals
Maryland faces a steep climb to meet its new emissions-reduction goal of 60% below 2006 levels by 2031. A plan for reaching the goal is due next spring.
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Maryland Green Buildings Bill To Be Based on Commission Report
Maryland's commercial and multifamily buildings would be forced to eliminate carbon emissions and new buildings would be all-electric under coming legislation.

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