Tell the Maryland House of Delegates: Pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act
The Maryland House of Delegates is considering a bill that would require the state to source at least 50 percent of its electricity from clean energy by 2030 and provide a path to 100 percent clean energy by 2040. The bill already passed the Senate, but now it faces a tougher battle. Tell the Maryland House of Delegates: Pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
This bill would:
- Require Maryland to ensure that 50 percent of its electricity is sourced from renewable energy by 2030, extending the state’s current mandate of 25 percent by 2020.1
- Fund small, minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses in clean energy.2
- Provide millions of dollars to workforce development programs, creating thousands of jobs and making the state a national leader in renewable energy.3
- Cut carbon emissions equivalent to taking 1.7 million cars off the road each year.4
- Generate hundreds of millions of dollars in annual economic benefits to the state.5
Taking action on state-level campaigns goes a long way because state officials hear from the public far less often than federal officials do. Sign now and we will deliver your signature to your state delegates.
Tell Maryland House of Delegates: Pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
- Del. Lisanti et al., "House Bill 1158," Maryland General Assembly, accessed March 27, 2019.
- CCAN Action Fund, "The Clean Energy Jobs Act: Maryland is All In for 100% Renewable Energy," accessed March 27, 2019.