Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake Announces "Baltimore Energy Inititative" on September 3
September 02, 2014
On September 3, 1:30 pm, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake and other state and local dignitaries will officially announce the “Baltimore Energy Initiative” program at The Door, 219 North Chester Street. The Baltimore Energy Initiative is the City’s energy efficiency programs (formally known as “CREATES”) which is being funded by the Maryland Public Service Commission Customer Investment Fund.
BCF’s support of the Baltimore Energy Challenge, Civic Works, and Weatherization has played an important role in helping this program attain its funding to assist those in need, and to advance energy efficiency and sustainability in the City of Baltimore. The program’s grant of $52 million dollars over three years to advance energy efficiency and sustainability in Baltimore City is a huge accomplishment that will play an important role in maximizing the benefits to City residents.
Following the Mayor’s announcement, several agencies will be on hand from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be on hand for residents and community members to apply for energy assistance, weatherization and receive free energy savers kits.
Read about one of the Baltimore Energy Challenge champions here