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- 12 Jan 2012
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Applicants must be designated a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, have a board of directors and detail how the grant award will be spent. No more than 20 percent of a grant can be allocated to administrative and office expenses.
The application deadline is March 10 and grant awards will be announced on or before Earth Day, April 22, according to a statement.
The EcoStar Grant program is has been running for three years and has awarded 147 grants totalling $655,000.
Constellation Energy owns approximately 12,000 megawatts of generating capacity. As of January, 4 percent of its energy output is produced by renewable energy sources like the 70 megawatt Criterion Wind Project and 17.4-MW Emmitsburg solar farm both located in Maryland.
The company delivers electricity and natural gas through the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, its regulated utility in Central Maryland. – Oliver M. Bayani