Additional $2.5 Million Authorized for Solar Energy Installations at Connecticut Affordable Housing Developments

The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) board announced authorization for an additional $2.5 million for CCEF’s Affordable Housing Initiative. The Affordable Housing Initiative is an incentive program that helps make solar photovoltaic (PV) installations an attractive, affordable option for developers of both small and large-scale affordable housing projects.

CCEF launched the Affordable Housing Initiative in November of 2006 with a small-scale “pilot” effort. Through that effort CCEF supported solar installations – now either under construction or completed – at six affordable housing sites in Connecticut.

Source: CCEF Press Relase

Rocky Hill, Conn., July 9, 2008

www.ctcleanenergy.com.

 

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