What started out as an aesthetic upgrade has turned into the state’s first C-PACE clean energy project and even garnered a visit from the governor.
The shopping center at 542 Westport Ave. will receive several energy improvements, including efficient lighting upgrades and a solar array, with financing help from the state’s new Commercial & Industrial Property Assessed Clean Energy incentive. The owners of the property agreed to a voluntary assessment on their property tax bill.
Malloy described C-PACE as “groundbreaking legislation” that several other states are currently trying to emulate. Read full story.