Annapolis, will soon become a model of alternative energy with the installation of solar power, wind power and other energy efficient features. The Board of Public Works yesterday approved a $535,870 contract with Baltimore-based Bithenergy to evaluate, design and install park upgrades that will reduce total energy consumption by an estimated 45 percent
Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) issued the following statement today after the Obama Administration released its Clean Power Plan, the most significant commitment by any American president to fight climate change. The proposal would reduce carbon pollution in the United States by 32 percent by 2030, while simultaneously investing in clean energy and improving energy efficiency standards.