Community Wind Projects

Maryland Clean Energy Center hosts 4th free webinar: Community Wind Projects


Wind energy in Maryland … in MY backyard?

Wind energy investments may help Maryland reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and achieve its objective of 20% renewable energy by 2022 (Renewable Portfolio Standard)

Presentation includes:

  • New net metering aggregation rules for municipalities, farms and non profits
  • Challenges we face: net metering, financial incentives, ordinances and statewide information/communications resource sharing

Armed now with new Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy (NREL) wind maps and recent net metering aggregation rules, wind energy development may become more apparent from the ocean and Chesapeake Bay to the mountains of western Maryland.

Join our presenter, Andrew Gohn, Acting Clean Energy Director for Maryland Energy Administration (see bio below), for this FREE webinar (the 4th of 6) in the Maryland Clean Energy Center Boot Camp series designed to help your municipality and local leadership understand the ropes about Energy Assurance Plans.

Andrew Gohn is Acting Clean Energy Director for Maryland Energy Administration (MEA). Andrew works to develop and manage programs and policies that will accelerate deployment of wind energy technology in Maryland. He implements grant programs, works to facilitate permitting and regulatory processes for wind energy systems and is actively engaged in planning for offshore wind energy off of Maryland’s Atlantic coast. Andrew was the MEA staff-level policy adviser for the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2011. Andrew has a J.D. and a certification in Environmental Law from the University of Maryland.


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This is the 4th webinar in a series of 6. After presented all will be available at the MCEC Boot Camp page.There is no obligation.
You will be reminded of each upcoming program.