The Maryland Energy Administration’s Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program (AFIP) is intended to aid in the development of public access, alternative fuel refilling/charging infrastructure in the state of Maryland. As such, MEA anticipates issuing one or more grants to applicants for installation of alternative fuel refilling/charging stations in Maryland. Here we are pleased to focus on expansions on the Eastern Shore of the state.

With the funds awarded from the fiscal year 16 AFIP, Sharp Energy now has the ability to deploy more vehicles that can run on propane autogas fuel, which reduces emissions while also yielding economic benefits for their fleet in Talbot and Queen Anne Counties. Collectively, the 2 fueling stations have the potential to displace over 55,000 gallons of petroleum per year. See the full article here.