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Proposed Connecticut Infrastructure Bank could unlock ‘billions, if not trillions’ of...

The bank would “finance a loan program with funds appropriated from the Special Transportation Fund or other sources of revenue designated for infrastructure improvements.

CT Green Bank gets Harvard award

Included is a $100,000 grand prize to support the replication and dissemination of the initiative.

Connecticut’s financing model sparks a National Green Bank proposal

In June, two Connecticut Democrats, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty and Sen. Chris Murphy, introduced the Green Bank Act in Congress with the goal of establishing a new federal funding vehicle for clean energy projects.

Connecticut Bank offers low rate for energy loans

The bank is offering a low rate of 0.99 percent on loans for home energy improvements.

New group seeks to coordinate sustainability efforts

The Connecticut Sustainable Business Council seeks to unite companies regardless of size, sector or location.

Curtis Packaging completing $2.5 million project to improve energy efficiency

The venture is being financed over a period of 16 years and is expected to produce energy cost savings of $4.5 million over the life of the project.

Program to improve energy performance in multifamily buildings announced

Users of programs like Benchmark CT typically save nearly 4 percent on energy in the first year, the platform's software provider says.

New program to lower energy costs for manufacturers announced

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and Hartford’s Connecticut Green Bank have announced “Energy on the Line,” a program that offers...

City puts its faith in clean energy

Bridegeport and FREEDOM seek to up solar use with the help of bank and installer.

Green Bank collects new access to financing

Maryland company joins C-PACE effort on corporate sustainable-energy efforts.

Connecticut Green Bank: Rooftop solar power gains momentum

The Connecticut Green Bank reports solar demand is more than doubling in the state annually.