Maryland has relatively high energy costs and a developing solar market. The easiest way to save money on your utilities in the Free State is to make sure you have a competitive electric or natural gas supply rate. There are also numerous rebates for upgrading your lighting. Honeydew can also help you navigate the sometimes challenging incentive structure for commercial solar arrays in Maryland.
MD Commercial Energy Services
- Commercial Utility Rate Procurement
- Utility Scale Solar
- Commercial Solar
- LED Lighting Upgrades
- Commercial Roofs
- Rooftop Solar Canopies
MD Energy Regulations and Incentives
- Maryland SRECs
- Pepco’s EmPower Maryland
- PG County Rebates
- MEA Solar Rebate Program
Projects and Case Studies
- Alexandria Real Estate
- Delancey Street Capital
- Denizen’s Brewing
- Chevy Chase Acura
What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
"The procurement of energy is one of the top-priority tasks we lead at the University. Our focus is always on green energy sources whenever possible. However, we still need to procure traditional long-term energy contracts for electricity, gas and water at the most affordable rate possible. We are a small office with no staff that has the time and expertise needed to help identify and negotiate energy contracts in this volatile and ever-changing environment. To fill this gap, we have worked with Julian as a consultant for over four years. He has been personally involved in the energy decision-making process that led to the current energy contracts that we have in place. He has proven to be knowledgeable, and more importantly, dedicated to making sure that we get the best contract terms available. He has also helped with other initiatives like solar thermal hot water energy and energy benchmarking. He is an important part of the energy and sustainability team here at Howard University."
“We had been trying to go solar for a few years, but had trouble finding a company who would finance a solar energy system on our roof. Julian, from Honeydew Energy Advisors not only helped us find the solar companies, but he also negotiated on our behalf and compared the different proposals side by side. He made it very easy for us to go solar, and now we know we received a highly competitive offer.”
"Andrew saved us at least 10%, which is a lot for us. We estimate it to be at least $1,000/month. As a small non-profit, this is substantial. But life is not just about money. Andrew was there, doing all the work to achieve this goal. And continues to be in touch with us. He cares. Can’t get better than this.”
“Honeydew Energy Advisors made it very easy for us to choose a new lower cost electric and natural gas supplier. Great rates and customer service!"
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