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A group of policy makers in Maryland gathered in December to draft a plan to expand and accelerate the state’s existing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) program. Introduced as amendments to the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2016, a draft of the proposal circulated in the marketplace early last month. On February 5th, S.B. 921 was introduced in the Senate, proposing to boostthe current RPS to a 25% goal by 2020 from the current mandate of 20% by 2022.