Over the past several years, CT Green Bank has partnered with the affordable housing sector and private capital providers to provide critical education, financing, technical assistance and resources that address barriers to deployment of clean energy projects in affordable housing properties. In March, CT Green Bank strengthened its commitment to Connecticut’s low-to-moderate income residents by welcoming Betsy Crum, a veteran professional in affordable housing development and finance, to its board of directors.

The Green Bank Network hold a webinar on the approaches CT Green Bank is taking to increase financing for clean energy in affordable housing properties and how Crum’s appointment to the Board will push the bank even further in its efforts. The presenters are:

Betsy Crum, Executive Director of the Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development and Member, CT Green Bank Board of Directors

Kerry E. O’Neill, Vice President of Residential Programs at CT Green Bank

Kim Stevenson, Associate Director, Multifamily Housing at CT Green Bank

The webinar was moderated by Bettina Bergoo, Natural Resources Defense Council (co-coordinator of the Green Bank Network). The presentations were followed by Q&A.