Get Prepared for Changes in Maryland's Energy Future
With new incentives, tax credits, and jobs creation opportunities
How will that change the following?
Maryland consumes about five times more energy than it produces.
The transportation sector accounts for 32% of the state's energy consumption.
The residential sector accounts for 31% of the state's energy consumption.
The commercial sector accounts for 30% of the state's energy consumption.
The industrial sector consumed the remaining 7% of the energy used in Maryland.
Maryland ranks among the 10 states with the lowest total per capita energy consumption and the lowest energy
use to produce one dollar of GDP.
Transitioning to a clean energy future will have a trans-formative impact - understand what the
future holds for your business