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Governor Martin O’Malley Appoints Abigail Ross Hopper, Esq. Director of the Maryland Energy Administration, June 12th, 2013

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Governor Martin O’Malley today announced Abigail Ross Hopper as the Director of the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA). Ms. Hopper has served as Governor O’Malley’s Energy Advisor since 2010 and as Acting Director of MEA since 2012. Ms. Hopper will also continue on in her role as Energy Advisor to Governor O’Malley. “We  Read the Rest…

Governor Martin O’Malley Announces Solutions to Improve the Reliability and Resiliency of Maryland’s Electric Distribution System, October 3rd, 2012

Grid Resiliency Task Force Report considers the impact of potential infrastructure investments ANNAPOLIS, MD  —Governor Martin O’Malley today released findings and recommendations to improve the resiliency of Maryland’s electric distribution system. The report, “Weathering the Storm: Report of the Grid Resiliency Taskforce,” contains 11 recommendations, including a four-step implementation plan that would accelerate investment designed  Read the Rest…

$100 Rebate, May 23rd, 2012

Last December we announced that the State had reached a settlement in the Exelon/Constellation Merger that included a number of benefits for ratepayers and for the public. One of those benefits included a $100 rate credit for BGE customers.  Many customers have already seen that credit in their May bill.  And just last month, the  Read the Rest…

Governor O’Malley Introduces the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2011, February 11th, 2011

Bill will boost offshore wind development to generate much needed clean, renewable energy, create new ‘green’ jobs, and promote long-term price stability ANNAPOLIS, MD (February 11, 2011)–Today, Governor Martin O’Malley introduced the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2011, which will boost offshore wind development to generate much needed clean, renewable energy, create new ‘green’  Read the Rest…