By: Bettina Bergoo On: December 31, 2019 In: Comments: 0

The A$511 million East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility (ERRRF) will help tackle Australia’s rising waste management problem by diverting waste from landfill. It will also generate renewable baseload energy...

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By: Bettina Bergoo On: July 17, 2019 In: Comments: 0

The construction of a 1 megawatt (MW) hydroelectric facility at the Upper Collinsville Dam on the Farmington River in Canton resumed construction after the closing of the construction loans. ...

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By: greenbank On: January 01, 2018 In: Comments: 0

The Connecticut Green Bank offers a solar PV lease product targeted to the low-to-moderate income (LMI) population of the state through the solar developer PosiGen. The product is a...

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By: greenbank On: January 01, 2018 In: Comments: 0

This term loan provides gap financing enabling qualifying energy improvements to be implemented, as well as health and safety measures as needed. The loan product is subordinate, secured debt;...

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By: greenbank On: December 01, 2017 In: Comments: 0

The CT Solar Lease was a financing product developed in partnership with a tax equity investor (US Bank) and a syndicate of local lenders (First Niagara Bank and Webster...

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By: greenbank On: December 01, 2017 In: Comments: 0

Per Public Act 11-80 Section 103, the Green Bank developed a three-year pilot program for AD by setting aside US$2 million a year for three years – for a...

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By: greenbank On: September 01, 2017 In: Comments: 0

The Connecticut State Colleges & Universities (CSCU) partnered with Current powered by GE, SunLight Solar Energy and CT Green Bank to install solar energy systems at three campuses in...

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By: greenbank On: December 01, 2015 In: Comments: 0

Launched in March 2013 and running through FY15, the CT Solar Loan was a US$10 million pilot public-private partnership between CT Green Bank and Sungage Financial, with support from...

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By: greenbank On: September 01, 2015 In: Comments: 0

NYGB committed US$20.0 million of subordinated capital to RenewFund Finance to support the extension of up to US$100 million of unsecured EE and RE loans to as many as...

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