The Maryland General Assembly passed legislation during the 2017 legislative session that directs Power Plant Research Program to prepare a report addressing energy storage technologies (House Bill 773 Clean Energy – Energy Storage Technology Study). The study is to include economic, regulatory, and engineering aspects of storage technologies with particular emphasis on incentivizing and using such technologies in Maryland.
Final Energy Storage in Maryland Report
Other Interested Parties
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October 26, 2017 10 AM – 3 PMDepartment of Natural ResourcesC-1 Conference Room
July 18, 2017 1:30 PM – 3:30 PMTeleconference Call
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Bi-Annual Meeting - Nov 15, 2017
Energy Storage Work Group - Meeting - October 26, 2017
Electric Power Research Institute Webinar - August 15, 2017
Energy Storage Work Group - Meeting - July 18, 2017
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