May Newsletter

The Compact is excited to share so many interesting and unique events this month from our own appliance recycling event to a climate change art exhibit. Whether you are learning about heat pump offers, humidifiers or even solar farms, we hope you’ll reach out with whatever energy questions you have or find us at one of our upcoming events!

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

Heat Pump Incentives for Businesses

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The Compact has increased rebates for commercial heat pump systems. If you, or someone you know, is considering upgrading the heating or cooling system of a business, now is a great time to take advantage of these rebates. Heat pumps offer heating and cooling in one system, save energy, and are better for the environment.

View Commercial Heat Pump Rebates

Small Appliance Rebates

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Are you looking at a new air conditioner for the warmer weather, or air purifier to combat those Spring allergies? The Compact is offering rebates up to $40 for small ENERGY STAR® appliances such as window air conditioners, dehumidifiers, and air purifiers. ENERGY STAR appliances are certified to meet energy efficiency and quality standards. Get your Spring started fresh and check out these offers below. 

Find Out More About Appliance Rebates

Dehumidifier Turn-In Event: June 4th

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Don't let your old dehumidifier go to waste. Recycle it and you can get money back! If you turn in your old humidifier at our June 4th event in Hyannis, you can receive a $30 rebate from the Compact. If you’re looking to replace your dehumidifier, you can combine that with another $30 rebate on a new ENERGY STAR certified dehumidifier to save even more. We cannot wait to see you in Hyannis and don't forget your old humidifiers!

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- Around the Community -

2022 Massachusetts Energy Conference for Educators

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Local educators: apply to participate in the National Energy Education Develop Project (NEED) Massachusetts Energy Conference this summer in Hyannis! K-12 teachers can attend for free to learn all about the local energy landscape, curriculum standards, and network with energy professionals. You don't need to be a STEM teacher to participate and learn all about energy in Massachusetts. Make sure to check out the agenda and register by June 1st.

Register for the Conference

Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative's Benefit Art Exhibit

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Join the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative and the Cultural Center of Cape Cod for the "Climate Emergency" benefit this June. Barry Margolin will be debuting works to support the Cape Cod Climate Change collaborative from June 4th - June 18th. We are excited to share such a unique event from these local organizations.

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A New Solar Farm at a Parking lot in Falmouth

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We love solar farms, so we're excited that a new one is coming to Falmouth. Renewable energy company NextGrid has made a historic agreement with the Steamship Authority to develop a solar energy and storage facility over part of the Authority’s biggest parking lot. NextGrid will lease the land and pay over $8 million over 20 years. Head over to the Cape Cod Times to read more about this new agreement. 

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