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January Newsletter

January is a great time to set intentions, adjust old habits, and get off on the right foot for the year. The Compact is excited to start 2022 off by engaging with our residential and commercial customers, while cheering on local efforts to address climate change. Whether you're staying cozy inside on the Cape or venturing outside in the Vineyard, we hope you're making the best of the fresh start.

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Announcements -

Start of New Power Supply Pricing Term with New Electric Rates

Cape Light Compact has set the electricity supply rates for its green aggregation power supply program for the next pricing term, which began with the December 2021 meter read dates and ends on the June 2022 meter read dates for residential and commercial customers. Our rates offer 1.036 cents per kilowatt-hour savings on the utility’s basic service supply rate. Learn more here.

- Featured Offers -

Additional Offers for Income-Qualified Customers

Income-qualified customers are eligible for a number of programs and offers that can help reduce energy use and monthly energy costs, including expanded no-cost Home Energy Assessments, fuel assistance, and reduced utility rates.

Learn More About Available Programs

No-Cost Energy Assessments

Are you looking to reduce your business's energy bills and increase employee comfort? Or noticing a draft in your home and wondering how to seal it up? Cape Light Compact’s No-Cost Home and Small Business Comprehensive Assessments offer information on energy savings measures ranging from quick, low-cost improvements to whole building insulation and weatherization upgrades.

Learn More about Business Energy Assessments
Learn More about Home Energy Assessments

- Community News -

New Projections on the Cost of Climate Change in Chatham

Chatham's energy and climate action committee has urged the town to act on climate change, based on damage cost estimates from a recent Cape Cod Commission report on the Economic Impacts of Climate Change. In a presentation to the select board, committee chair Robert Wirtshafter stated, "The cost of doing nothing is “severe” and far exceeds that of strategies to adapt to and mitigate climate change."

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Baker Approves Solar Incentive Expansion

The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities recently finalized a regulatory process for the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program. This change is expected to yield 3,200 megawatts of power, doubling the size of the existing program. 

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Massachusetts Maritime Academy Provides Training for the Clean Energy Industry

The Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) is working to prepare the next generation of energy professionals in the offshore wind market. By delivering classroom and practical training, MMA hopes to prepare the State's workforce for clean energy opportunities that are coming to the region.

Learn More
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