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October Newsletter 


With the changing of the leaves and abundance of seasonal treats, comes cooler temps and shorter days that affect our energy usage. In this newsletter, we highlight programs for small businesses and income-qualified customers. We also share clean energy development wins throughout the Cape and Vineyard. As we settle in to enjoy autumn, let's find even more reasons to celebrate the season by reaping the benefits of clean energy and energy efficiency. 
 

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

Switch Your Business to Local Green Power 

Cape Light Compact Local Green℠ power supply options give customers an easy way to support local, New England-based renewable energy resources. When you choose to participate, the Compact and its supplier will match your annual electricity usage with your chosen percentage of Massachusetts RPS Class 1 renewable energy certificates (RECs). Plus, the premium you pay for CLC Local Green℠ is 100% tax-deductible!

Learn More about CLC Local Green℠

No-Cost Small Business Energy Assessments

Are you looking to reduce your business's energy bills? Cape Light Compact’s No-Cost Small Business Comprehensive Assessment offers information on energy savings measures ranging from quick low-cost improvements to larger equipment or weatherization upgrades for your existing building.

See If Your Business Qualifies

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

- Community News -

Offshore Wind Project off of Martha's Vineyard is a Go

Development firm Vineyard Wind secured the $2.3 billion needed to begin construction on 62 turbines planned for 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard. The project, slated to begin in 2022, will generate clean electricity for 400,000 homes and businesses in Massachusetts.

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Solar Facility on Cape Cod Passes Next Step in Approval Process

The Cape Cod Commission approved a 3.1-megawatt solar facility on a former golf driving range in Dennis. Sitting on 8.5 acres, the project aims to be part of the Massachusetts SMART Program, which promotes cost effective solar throughout the state. This new array will be part of the growing presence of solar on the Cape. 

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Cape Cod Community College Receives Solar Canopy Grant 

Cape Cod Community College received a $170,000 grant for a 635 kW third party-owned solar canopy. The grant is a part of the $2 million in clean energy grants announced by the State during climate week. The canopy system will provide parking lot shade and is expected to generate 390,000 kWh of electricity annually and result in $940,000 in electricity cost savings over 20 years

 

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