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Tag Archives: Maryland Energy Administration

Md. energy policy director named as consolidation review begins

Maryland’s lead agency on energy policy has a new director just one day after the organization’s former director departed for a new job within state government. The appointment of Mary Beth Tung, the former deputy secretary of the Maryland Department ...

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Hogan’s energy policy leader moved to Department of General Services

A. Leigh Williams, the director Maryland Energy Administration, is changing roles less than a year after Gov. Larry Hogan appointed her to lead the agency tasked with setting policy on reducing energy consumption in the state.

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MEA expands ‘Fuel Up’ grant program

The Maryland Energy Administration announced it has expanded its “Fuel Up Maryland” service station grant program, which provides grants to service stations to install back-up power sources, such as generators, to counter the effect of major power outages due to weather emergencies.

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O’Malley to swear in transportation secretary

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley is swearing in a new transportation secretary. Jim Smith, the former Baltimore County executive, will be sworn in at a ceremony in Annapolis on Tuesday. The position had been vacant since Beverley Swaim-Staley resigned a ...

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Energy adviser named head of Md. Energy Administration

ANNAPOLIS — Abigail Ross Hopper, Gov. Martin O’Malley’s energy adviser since 2010, has been named Director of the Maryland Energy Administration. O’Malley announced the appointed on Wednesday. Hopper has been acting director of MEA since last year, and will continue ...

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