New Study Says Wind Energy Has Double BenefitsA new study released Thursday find a double benefit from increasing wind energy in Maryland.
Western Md. Wind Project Gets Conditional ApprovalState regulators have given conditional approval to a proposed wind power project in far western Maryland.
Hearing Set On Western Md. Wind Farm PlanThe Maryland Public Service Commission is hearing public comments on Exelon Corp.'s plan to place 12 to 15 wind turbines on Backbone Mountain in Garrett County about six miles south of Oakland.
Western Md. Wind Farm Developer Gets More Time The Maryland Public Service Commission is giving a wind power developer more time to build a proposed 25-turbine project on Dan's Mountain in Allegany County.
Maryland Sets Sail For Wind Power With Offshore SurveySetting sail for wind power.
Maryland PSC Approves Fourmile Wind Farm ProposalThe Maryland Public Service Commission has approved a proposal to build a wind power project near Frostburg.
127 Sign Petition For Fourmile Wind Project In Md.A petition for proposed wind power farm near Frostburg has drawn 127 signatures in support of the project.
Offshore Wind Power Bill Finally Passes In Md.A bill greenlighting offshore wind power is headed for the governor's desk. After years of trying, supporters found the votes in the state legislature Monday night.
Crisfield Wind Power Project Gets $3.6M From Md.Maryland's Board of Public Works has approved $3.6 million for a wind power project in Crisfield, clearing the way for construction to begin.
Maryland Wind Power Project Seeks Fast-TrackingDevelopers of a proposed wind power farm near Frostburg are seeking fast-track approval from state regulators.
Wind Power Proposed In Baltimore City Amid Zoning ChangesLaying the groundwork to catch the wind. It’s in a proposal by Baltimore City Councilman James Kraft.
Students Arrested During Protest Supporting Wind EnergyEarly on, a law to enable large windmills off the coast of Maryland looked like it would be enacted in the General Assembly. But as the session ended, so too did its chances for passage, but not before protest efforts by a group of students got them thrown in jail.