Wind Energy in Maryland. Onshore Utility Scale. MEA continues to work to facilitate development of utility scale wind energy projects in Maryland.
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Constellation 70 MW
REC gap = 7,678 GWh in 2022
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Maryland Offshore Energy State/Federal Task Force
MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING PROCESS
MEA and MD DNR are working together with The Nature Conservancy, AWS Truewind, the University of Maryland, Center for Integrative Environmental Research and Towson University to develop a comprehensive marine spatial planning process. This process will develop a model of Maryland’s Atlantic coast and marine environment to aid in decision making and stakeholder coordination.
Marine Spatial Planning and Stakeholder Engagement Process
Last month, Maryland signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Delaware and Virginia committing to regional cooperation on:
Common electric transmission strategies
Strategies to encourage sustainable market demand
Fostering federal energy and regulatory policies to further the development and use of offshore wind resources
On November 20, Governors from New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia submitted joint comments to FERC, requesting instruction to PJM to incorporate innovative offshore transmission strategies into its Regional Transmission Expansion Planning process.