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June Newsletter 

When you think of summer in New England, what comes to mind? Maybe it's enjoying a walk along the Cape Cod National Seashore, taking a ferry ride to the Vineyard, or visiting your favorite local ice cream shop. Most likely, you also think of the higher temperatures, sunshine, and humidity. The Compact is excited to introduce several new offers this season to help you maintain comfort during the summer heat, save energy, and support a more reliable, sustainable energy grid. We look forward to working with you, and we wish you a healthy, fun summer! 

- Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator

- Featured Offers -

New Geothermal & Air-to-Water Heat Pump Rebates

Air to water heat pump

The Compact now offers rebates on geothermal and air to water heat pumps. These offers, along with our existing rebates on mini-split and central air source heat pumps, provide you with an even greater suite of options for efficient cooling and heating. 

Find Heat Pump Rebates

Demand Response Programs for a Smarter Grid

Smart thermostat on wall

Did you know that by shifting your energy use away from times of peak energy demand, you can keep energy costs lower for the whole community? The Compact operates several demand response programs, including a new battery storage program, that provide you with rewards for doing so. 

Explore Our Demand Response Incentives

$40 Rebate on Qualifying Room Air Conditioners 

Window air conditioner unit

The coming months are sure to bring hot, humid days across the Cape and Vineyard. If you're currently using an old, inefficient room air conditioner to keep cool, consider upgrading to a new, ENERGY STAR® certified unit. The Compact offers a $40 rebate on qualifying models. 

Check Out Our Rebates

- Community News -

Solar-Powered Buses Are Coming to the Vineyard

Entering Oak Bluffs sign

The Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) is turning to solar power and energy stored in batteries to fuel its fleet of electric buses. This new system will reduce the need to import fossil fuels onto the island, plus will enable VTA to recharge its electric buses even during power outages. 

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Cape & Vineyard Fuel Growth in Offshore Wind

Cape Cod beach scene

There are two offshore wind projects slated for development off the coast of the Cape and Islands. Mayflower Wind and Vineyard Wind are two renewable energy project developers working to deliver renewable energy to Massachusetts, with both expecting to generate wind energy by the middle of the decade. 

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