Dale Kroop, Director
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Program to Lower Energy Cost for CT Manufacturers
New "Energy on the Line" Program Will Lower Energy Costs for Connecticut Manufacturers
The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and Connecticut Green Bank have launched a new campaign that provides manufacturers with an innovative way to lower their energy costs. The "Energy on the Line" program will provide supplemental funds to manufacturers who complete a qualifying green energy project using the Green Bank's Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program. C-PACE provides commercial property owners with 100% upfront financing for green energy projects where the energy improvements deliver immediate positive cash flow to the building owner. The supplemental funding (up to $50,000) may be used for any project-related expenses at the discretion of the recipients, thereby reducing the amount of financing required. C-PACE offers predictable, trustworthy energy savings projections. Through Energy on the Line, manufacturers will benefit from support from the Green Bank and its program partners in developing C-PACE projects that are custom tailored to their business's needs.
"This is great opportunity for businesses to not only improve the environment but also it is good business and saves money. It goes along perfectly with the other incentive programs that the Town offers," stated Dale Kroop, Director of Economic and Community Development for the Town of Hamden.
"Energy on the Line" is open to all Connecticut manufacturing companies who have owner-occupied facilities. Applications must be received by September 16, 2016 and grant opportunities are limited. The Green Bank is working with local Economic Development offices, Chambers of Commerce and manufacturing associations to promote this exciting new opportunity. To learn more, please visit: www.EnergyOnTheLine.com.
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To learn more about Hamden's Business Incentives Programs and Services, contact Dale Kroop at 203-287-7030, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web at Hamden-ct.com.
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