On-site & Renewable Generation

Making it Easier for You to Support Renewable Energy

Once your organization has implemented all cost-effective energy efficiency measures, you should consider renewable energy options and on-site generation. Technologies such as solar photovoltaics and solar hot water can replace conventional fuel sources and provide significant savings over the lifetime of the equipment’s use. Now, Connecticut offers attractive incentives and financing that can help provide a solid return on your investment. 

PROGRAMS WE OFFER

Combined Heat & Power Pilot Program

Does your nonprofit operate in a building that has large heat and power load demands? If so, it’s worth exploring Combined Heat & Power technologies. You could be eligible for a grant, loan or power purchase incentive to offset the cost of investing in equipment to tap into this ...

Anaerobic Digestion Projects

Does your commercial, industrial or institutional facility have a high power load or generate large volumes of organic matter? If so, it’s worth exploring On-Site Anaerobic Digester technologies. You could be eligible for a grant, loan or power purchase incentive to offset the cost ...

DEEP-Sponsored Granted Financial Incentives and Low-Interest Loans

Reduce operating costs with a combined heat and power system. Financial incentives and low-interest loans, sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), can make it a cost-effective investment. Capital grants of $200 per kilowatt are available for qualifying ...

CTCleanEnergyOptions

Even if you’re not ready to invest in a solar energy system for your organization, you can support clean, renewable energy. Sign up for CTCleanEnergyOptions on-line or by calling the supplier of your choice.