Maryland Power Plant Research Advisory Committee Energy Storage Work Group

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

Energy Storage Work Group Members

  • Misty Allen, BG&E
  • Janet Christian-Lewis, Kent C&P Alliance
  • David Comis, Maryland Energy Administration
  • Pete Dunbar, WG Chair
  • Sean Emerson, Del Korman's Office
  • Bill Fields, Office of People's Counsel
  • Nitzan Goldberger, ESA
  • Andrew Johnston, PSC
  • Ivan Lanier, Pepco
  • Anne Lindner, Exelon
  • Kathy Magruder, MD Clean Energy Center
  • Kent Mottice, Maryland Energy Administration
  • Katie Nash, Greenwill Consulting
  • Eveyln Robinson, PJM Interconnection
  • Dana Small, DPL
  • Eric Wachsman, MD Energy Innovation Institute

Other Interested Parties

  • Sami Ayyorgun, Flonium LLC
  • Serj Berelson, Sunverge Energy, Inc.
  • Stephanie Byrd, Sneider Electric
  • Chris Ercoli, Tesla
  • Lola Infante, Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
  • Kiran Kumaraswamy, AES Energy Storage
  • Douglas Millar, Edison Energy
  • Tom O'Leary, Alevo Analytics
  • Joe Spease, WindSoHy

Meeting Schedule


Jan 31, 2018
WebEx Meeting Link:
Conference Line: 1-877-366-0711
Code 4434 2604

January 17, 2018
1PM - 3PM
WebEx Meeting Link:
Conference Line: 1-877-366-0711
Code 4434 2604

October 26, 2017
10 AM – 3 PM
Department of Natural Resources
C-1 Conference Room

July 18, 2017
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Teleconference Call

Agenda/Presentations/Meeting Minutes


Contact Information and Public Comment


Helen Stewart, PE
Power Plant Research Program
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Phone: 410-260-8667

Public Comment

The department is committed to assuring public participation and stakeholder involvement in all the department's activities through numerous programs that encourage public participation and public responsibility in order to achieve Maryland's goals.

The Energy Storage Committee is interested in hearing from you.

Please send an email to with your comments or recommendations.