Cape Light Compact Offering Up to 90% Incentive for Business Energy Improvements

Limited offer for Cape and Vineyard businesses...

South Yarmouth, MA – Now until Columbus Day, Cape Light Compact has increased its incentives for eligible businesses who participate in an energy assessment of their facility. Businesses that use up to 1.5 million* kWh annually may be eligible to receive up to 90% off select electric energy efficient upgrades.

“This promotion is designed to allow businesses with larger electric usage, the opportunity to make their facilities more energy efficient at an affordable price,” said Maggie Downey, Cape Light Compact Administrator. “The upgrades reduce monthly electric bills and often have the bonus of enhancing the comfort of the work space and provide for a more inviting atmosphere for customers.”

Reduced-cost upgrades are tailored to each business and could include high-performance LED lamps and fixtures; wall or ceiling occupancy sensors; programmable thermostats; vending machine controls; refrigeration or water conserving products. Businesses may also receive incentives up to 80% off other qualified energy efficient improvements.

To take advantage of this limited time offer, eligible businesses on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard must contact Cape Light Compact at 1-800-797-6699 by October 5th, to sign up for an energy assessment.

The Compact also has a wide range of other commercial programs for businesses that are not eligible for this promotion, which can be found at www.capelightcompact.org/business. Projects that participate in the Customer Directed Option path are not eligible for these enhanced incentives.

*If a business has multiple locations or electric accounts, the total usage must not exceed 1.5 million kWh annually.


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