Hogan Unveils $65 Million Environmental Agenda

Gov Larry Hogan announced his environmental agenda for the coming legislative session Tuesday, proposing Maryland spend nearly $65 million over the next three years on tax incentives, job training and a “Green Energy Institute” at the University of Maryland.

The bulk of the money, $41 million, comes from a 2012 settlement with energy giant Exelon. The money must be spent on programs that promote renewable sources of electricity, such as solar and wind.

 

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