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March Newsletter


Spring has finally arrived! Although the season is perhaps best known for warmer weather, sunshine, and blooming flowers, it's also a popular time of year for residents to take on home improvement projects and for seasonal businesses to begin reopening across the Cape and Vineyard. If you're a homeowner, renter, or business owner looking to make energy-saving upgrades, read on to learn about our incentives for home renovations and additions, high-efficiency commercial equipment, and demand response. We also share some exciting community news about innovative technology and regulations advancing clean energy in Massachusetts. 
 

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

Save on Your Spring Renovation or Addition

Spring flowers

Considering a home renovation or addition? Work with the Compact from project launch, and you'll be eligible for up to $10,000 in incentives to create an energy-efficient space. Our team will help you identify the best equipment, including HVAC, insulation, lighting, and more, to optimize comfort and performance. 

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Prep Your Business for Re-opening 

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As warmer weather brings more visitors to the Cape and Vineyard, many businesses are gearing up to re-open. If you're looking to optimize your operations, explore our incentives on HVAC, lighting, and commercial kitchen equipment designed to deliver greater performance, efficiency, and savings


 
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Don't Miss Our Summer Demand Response Season

Ice cream on a table

Sign up by May 31, 2021 for our Commercial ConnectedSolutions program to receive incentives for reducing energy use during peak demand events from June-September. You'll receive $35 to $200 per average kW reduction across the season's events, plus help create a more sustainable energy system. 

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- Community News -

Accelerator Program Supports Offshore Wind Innovation

Coastline

The Offshore Wind Challenge, run by Vineyard Wind, Greentown Labs, and MassCEC, recently concluded. This competitive, six-month accelerator program aided three startups with advancing marine mammal monitoring innovations to support responsible offshore wind development. 

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Massachusetts Nears Passage of Climate Bill

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Massachusetts is nearing the passage of a comprehensive climate and emissions reduction bill. This bill will propel the state toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, with a focus on lowering emissions from our built environment and transportation systems. 

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