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Maryland Code, Economic Development § 5-448

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(a) A project qualifies as a solar energy project if it:

(1) is an addition, alteration, or improvement to a commercial building or industrial building;  and

(2) is designed to reduce the energy requirements of the building by using:

(i) wind energy;

(ii) energy from a wood-burning appliance;  or

(iii) solar energy of:

1. the active type based on mechanically forced energy transfer;

2. the passive type based on convective, conductive, or radiant energy transfer;  or

3. a combination of these types.

(b) A solar energy project may include:

(1) a solar process heat device;

(2) a solar electric device;  and

(3) an earth-sheltered building in which the sheltering substantially reduces the consumption of energy by the building.

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