Recently, Constellation received the 2013 Platts Global Energy Award in the “Energy Efficiency — Energy Supplier” category for its Efficiency Made Easy program. Efficiency Made Easy gives Constellation commercial and industrial customers in competitive electricity markets the ability to fund energy conservation measures, such as energy efficient lighting, building automation controls and HVAC upgrades, as …Read More
President Barack Obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple their renewable sources for electricity with a 20 percent increase by 2020.
Obama says the plan will help reduce pollution that causes global warming, promote American energy independence and boost domestic energy sources such as solar and wind power that provide thousands of jobs.
Obama was …Read More
As solar energy becomes increasing more popular within the United States, many residents are becoming more eager to jump on the bandwagon. But how does one know if solar energy is truly right for their home or business?
The cost of manufacturing photovoltaic, or PV, panels continues to decrease. In addition, many states offer generous tax …Read More
The White House is “Going Green” by moving forward with solar panel installations.
A White House official confirmed to the Washington Post that installation had begun on fitting the President’s residence with solar panels; an effort the official said was “part of an energy retrofit that will improve the overall energy efficiency of the building.” The …Read More
Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading competitive electric supplier of products and services for homes across the United States and Canada. Over the past two years, Constellation’s commercial and industrial customers have reduced their CO2 emissions by about 75,432 metric tons (or 166,299,142 lbs) through the energy company’s Efficiency Made …Read More
Historical Times for Maryland and Renewable Energy
March saw a historical moment in Maryland, when the state’s Senate passed a new wind energy law that will require a certain percentage of the state’s electricity consumption to be supplied by offshore wind energy. The move reflects a push in the state to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, …Read More
New England has been experiencing higher electricity rates this winter due to a high demand for heating as well as higher natural gas prices. The boom in natural gas supply over the past couple of years has kept electricity prices stable in the region, but has also created less of a need for the push …Read More
Maryland has goals. The State is getting quite creative to make sure these goals are met.
The State of Maryland, along with the University of Maryland, have announced that the pair has agreed to purchase up to 10 megawatts of electricity from a power plant that generates its electricity from yes, chicken waste. The deal will …Read More
The governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley, recently issued a call for more renewable electricity capacity in the state.
Maryland has issued a call for companies interested in investing in an animal waste power plant.