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February Newsletter

Although it may be tempting to wish the rest of winter away, February will persist, making us appreciate the creature comforts of indoors. The Compact has offers to improve energy efficiency in whatever space you have, from rental properties to commercial kitchens. While you're enjoying the calm of cold weather, check out the resiliency and renewable energy projects that are sprouting like seeds all over the Cape and Vineyard, ready to bloom when the time is right.

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

Resources for Landlords

If you’re a landlord of a unit where the tenant pays the electric bill, both you and your tenant can benefit from our no-cost Home Energy Assessment for Renters! Encourage your tenants to contact us directly for their Energy Assessment; any recommendations for weatherization will be signed off on by you before being implemented.

If you own a building with 5 or more units, check out our Multi-family offerings. 

Learn More About Renter Home Energy Assessments
Learn More About Multi-Family Offerings

Instant Rebates on Commercial Kitchen Equipment

Cape Light Compact and the other sponsors of Mass Save work with dealers to provide commercial electric customers instant discounts on high-efficiency commercial kitchen equipment. Participating distributors include Northeast Restaurant Equipment in Mashpee, Harris-Warren in West Yarmouth, Patriot Commercial Food Equipment in Sandwich, plus many more! 

Learn More about Commercial Kitchen Incentives
See the Full List of Participating Dealers

Did You Know That You May Be Eligible for Additional Incentives?

Check to see if you qualify based on income for additional incentives and services designed to reduce home energy use and associated monthly costs. Households with two members need an income below $53,550 to qualify. This includes expanded no-cost Home Energy Assessments, fuel assistance, and reduced utility rates.

Learn More About Available Programs

- Community News -

EV Chargers Coming to the Edgartown Park and Ride Lot

The Edgartown park and ride lot is adding four electric vehicle charging stations, which should be running and available for use by commuters later this month. The project, supported by Eversource through its Make Ready program, is part of Island-wide efforts to reduce carbon emissions.

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Edgartown Landfill Solar Project Moves to Next Phase

A solar panel array at the capped landfill in Edgartown moved into its next stage after the town select board voted to enter into contract negotiations with Ameresco, a Framingham renewable energy company, to execute the project. The project is estimated to generate roughly 4.8 million kilowatt hours of energy per year, saving more than 3,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions.

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Town of Sandwich Conducting Public Surveys on Coastal Resiliency

The Town of Sandwich is seeking public input in development of climate change strategies. Funded by a state coastal resiliency grant, the community outreach project is intended to help the town develop plans to protect parts of the Historic Sandwich Village area from climate change and sea-level rise. 


Learn More
Take the Coastal Resiliency Surveys
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