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December Newsletter

As 2020 draws to a close and we turn toward 2021, the Compact remains committed to finding energy solutions that deliver greater savings and comfort to our customers. In this newsletter, we highlight limited-time residential and small business incentives, our new competitive electric rates for power supply program participants, and financial resources available for support with energy bills. We also highlight forward-looking progress with clean energy and electrification, including growing heat pump popularity and advancements in offshore wind development. The Compact wishes our customers a happy and healthy holiday season and looks forward to continuing our work together in the coming year. 

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

Finding Financial Support for Energy Costs

Frozen marshland on the Cape

The Compact recognizes the economic challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and is committed to helping customers reduce the burden of energy costs, especially as winter sets in. We're here to connect you with energy efficiency services, fuel assistance, flexible bill payment plans, and more. 

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Ending Soon: Select Enhanced Business Offers

Inside of commercial business

Don't miss the chance for your business to receive enhanced incentives on eligible commercial lighting and foodservice equipment. Increased incentives will be available only through December 31, 2020, with discounts provided at the time of purchase. 

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Claim Your $35 Chimney Balloon Rebate

Home with chimney

When one thinks of New England winters, the image of keeping cozy by the fire often comes to mind. But your fireplace can also be a source of drafts. Take advantage of our $35 rebate on chimney balloons, which prevent cold air and odors from entering your home when a fire is not lit. 

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Compact Secures New Six-Month Power Supply Pricing

Holiday lights and pine garland

The Compact's power supply program focuses on securing competitive electricity prices, while also supporting renewable energy production. We're pleased to announce our new pricing for December 2020 to June 2021, which is lower than the utility's basic service supply pricing. 

Enroll Today

- Community News -

Offshore Wind Project Slated to Deliver Regional Benefits

Wind turbine

Through the development of an 804 MW offshore wind farm, Mayflower Wind Energy will create jobs, increase access to renewable energy, and avoid the release of greenhouse gas emissions. The developer also agreed to provide $5 million to the Compact to support energy efficiency and electrification initiatives. 

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Reasons for Heat Pump Popularity in the Northeast

Indoor heat pump unit

Why, in recent years, have heat pumps become much more commonly found in the Northeast? Learn about the combination of factors - such as technological advancements, environmental and efficiency benefits, and available incentives - that have played a role in the growing popularity

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