Key Industries

Cleantech & Renewable Energy


THE CAPITAL OF CLEANTECH.

As the nation and the globe increasingly turn to clean energy solutions, a groundswell of companies are innovating to power our future. How can the right business environment help these businesses innovating to protect our environment? A well prepared workforce, the right funding and incentives, and a hotbed of research and innovation. That’s how. Welcome to Maryland. Take a look around.

Wind energy will allow Maryland to become a critical part of the North American supply chain, not just for Maryland but for all of the East Coast of the United States.

– David Hardy, CEO , Ørsted Offshore North America

Land+Sea+Rail

Tradepoint Atlantic

Tradepoint Atlantic, a 3,300 acre intermodal logistics center in Baltimore is emerging as a hub for offshore wind development projects, with power players like Ørsted and U.S. Wind both opening facilities within the center.

Tradepoint Atlantic

Tradepoint Atlantic, a 3,300 acre intermodal logistics center in Baltimore is emerging as a hub for offshore wind development projects, with power players like Ørsted and U.S. Wind both opening facilities within the center.

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Reduction in greenhouse gas goal (by 2031)

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Technology and science workforce

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Federal obligations for R&D

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Energy efficiency

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4 Initiatives Supporting Cleantech Innovation in Maryland

Whether your business needs funding, mentors, or to just be more connected in the cleantech industry, Maryland is the place to be.

The MEIA supports early-stage technology commercialization for clean tech innovations by offering a variety of programs and services, including an accelerator and access to industry experts. Learn more .

This fund invests in companies with innovative solutions that can help improve air and water quality in the Chesapeake Bay watershed in industries ranging from agritech to electric vehicles. Learn more .

Supports entrepreneurial engineers and scientists working on technologies poised to revolutionize the energy industry. From research, to seed grants, to accelerator programs, MEI2 offers a range of clean energy business development opportunities. Learn more .

A state-led program that incentivizes investors to make investments in Maryland technology companies. Learn more.

Cleantech & Renewable Energy Companies  

IN GOOD COMPANY

From global wind energy leaders to up-and-coming companies finding new sustainable solutions, meet some cleantech and renewable energy companies are turning to Marylnad.

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Wind energy will allow Maryland to become a critical part of the North American supply chain, not just for Maryland but for all of the East Coast of the United States.

-  David Hardy, CEO , Ørsted Offshore North America

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US Wind is developing Momentum Wind, a new offshore wind project in federal waters off the East Coast in Maryland.

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We selected Maryland for its centralized location, strong logistics infrastructure and shared commitment to sustainability.

-  Raymond Wang, CEO

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From its Cockeysville location, Saft manufactures highly specialized batteries made for demanding applications.

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Ion Storage Systems is re-imagined battery power; developing a safer and stronger battery for a variety of uses.

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X-energy, a nuclear reactor & fuel design engineering company, is creating innovative clean energy solutions.

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Software company DataKwip provides energy consumption, cost, and improvement insights to corporate partners.

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Oceaneering International has been in Maryland since the early 90s, and continues to grow its footprint here.

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Wind energy will allow Maryland to become a critical part of the North American supply chain, not just for Maryland but for all of the East Coast of the United States.

-  David Hardy, CEO , Ørsted Offshore North America

Learn More

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US Wind is developing Momentum Wind, a new offshore wind project in federal waters off the East Coast in Maryland.

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We selected Maryland for its centralized location, strong logistics infrastructure and shared commitment to sustainability.

-  Raymond Wang, CEO

Learn More

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From its Cockeysville location, Saft manufactures highly specialized batteries made for demanding applications.

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Ion Storage Systems is re-imagined battery power; developing a safer and stronger battery for a variety of uses.

Learn More

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X-energy, a nuclear reactor & fuel design engineering company, is creating innovative clean energy solutions.

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Software company DataKwip provides energy consumption, cost, and improvement insights to corporate partners.

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Oceaneering International has been in Maryland since the early 90s, and continues to grow its footprint here.

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Contact Us 

Wade Hearle

Agribusiness and Energy Program Manager, Maryland Department of Commerce

  (410) 215-9169   Wade.Hearle@maryland.gov