Stormwater Financing and Outreach Unit
Berlin creates a Stormwater UtilityMore »
MEA Smart Energy Communities Program
MEA introduces its Smart Energy Communities Program - Grants for municipalities and/or counties who pass energy saving policies.More »
EFC presents Stormwater Financing Feasibility Study for Salisbury, MDMore »
Mid-Atlantic Dray Truck Program
The Mid-Atlantic Dray Truck Program tackles air pollution and fuel inefficiency by providing up to $20,000 towards the purchase of a newer vehicle with higher performance standards.More »
EFC releases report on Efficient Green Infrastructure Investment.More »
The Agriculture Finance Unit of the Environmental Finance Center provides innovative and effective finance expertise to rural communities and farm operations to improve their understanding, development and implementation of strategies to resolve problems and issues of environmental protection and restoration. Special areas of focus includes nutrient and sediment management, water quality, sustainability, and renewable energy demonstration projects.
Like all infrastructure, stormwater management systems require long-term care and maintenance. The Stormwater Financing and Outreach Unit was created to address a community’s stormwater financing questions and help craft a strategy that best meets local needs.MORE »
Click here to view an article in The Maryland Daily Record quoting EFC's climate change and energy specialist, Sean Williamson.MORE »
Through the support of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the EFC developed a strategy to improve the capacity of Calvert County, Maryland, to implement water quality restoration and protection projects and practices through the use of more flexible and sustainable financing processes.MORE »
The Environmental Finance Center Network is working together on this project to build managerial and financial capacity of small public drinking water systems.MORE »
The Environmental Finance Center at the University of Maryland is working with several communities in the region to revitalize their stormwater management and financing programs. Below is a list of EFC stormwater projects by state.
Solar panels installed on Mount Rainier's City Hall produce about 1000 kW·h and will reduce energy costs by $8000 annually.