By: greenbank On: May 01, 2020 In: Comments: 0

Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Centre (MGTC), formerly known as Malaysian Green Technology Corporation or GreenTech Malaysia, facilitates the GTFS, which was initiated in 2010. GTFS 1.0 was...

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

The Smart-E residential loan program is a financing program developed in partnership with Energize CT and local lenders that uses a US$1.8 million loan loss reserve and interest rate...

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

The RSIP is a rebate program that provides incentives to offset the cost for homeowners to install solar PV systems. Incentives are provided either upfront (i.e., through an expected...

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

Connecticut Green Bank – in partnership with select local lenders and car dealerships – offers low-interest financing for EVs. The program is for a lmited time. Financing is available...

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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: December 01, 2017 In: Comments: 0

The Benchmark CT initiative is offered through a partnership with CT Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), where WegoWise will benchmark 1,600 multifamily properties and guide building owners through an analysis...

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By: greenbank On: December 01, 2016 In: Comments: 0

When they were offered, incentives from CGB for CHP projects were capped at US$450 per kilowatt (KW) and a total budget of US$2 million per year for 3 years...

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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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