The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has announced a program designed to further encourage resiliency in Industrial and Critical Facilities by supporting CHP projects. The grant application deadline is rapidly approaching. Read this blog to learn how you can take advantage of the program.
In the past, solar technology has been expensive and solar projects required a large upfront capital investment. In an effort to help lower that cost, Duke Energy and SCE&G are offering South Carolina organizations like yours incentives to help you make the switch to solar. Better still, South Carolina has passed legislation for the first time ever allowing third-party financing for renewable-energy projects. This means that your organization can install solar without upfront costs, save money on day one, and enjoy savings for decades. To learn more about third-party financing, read this blog and its downloadable Q&A Document.