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Shelton-based Budderfly receives $5M loan facilities from Connecticut Green Bank

Budderfly, a Shelton-based company provider of energy management solutions, has received six-year $5 million in secured loan facilities from the Connecticut Green Bank to...

Aufgang Architects launches unit focused on energy efficiency

The BSAU unit works on new and retrofitted properties.

Fairfield’s Circle Diner finds new savings in energy efficiency

The diner will be able to realize annual savings of around $4,160 annually.

Residential energy efficiency provider Sealed takes aim at the Connecticut market

51% of Connecticut homeowners heat their residences with oil.

Shelton’s Budderfly snags $7.8M in equity funding

Budderfly, a Shelton-headquartered provider of outsourced energy efficiency services, has received $7.8 million in equity funding that will be used to expand its sales...

Sustainable Westchester rolls out GridRewards program

GridRewards will be open to residential and corporate customers of Con Edison.

NY and CT take dim view of Energy Department rollback on...

New York Attorney General Letitia James called the rollback a "not-so-bright idea."

Port Chester is Westchester’s latest ‘Clean Energy Community’

Municipalities recognized by the state program are eligible for up to $250,000 toward energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable development projects.

LEED trails off as go-to standard for green buildings

Only 12 commercial properties in Connecticut received LEED certification this year, bringing the state total to 279.

State offering $5 million for energy efficiency projects in Yonkers, upstate

The state launched the Five Cities Energy Plans initiative last year to help the cities reduce energy costs and carbon emissions and support the creation of clean-energy technologies and jobs.

DEEP recognizes conservation efforts

Park maintenance and energy reduction efforts receive awards.

New York ranks third in energy efficiency

For the third year in a row, New York ranked as the third most energy efficient state, according to a national report.

CT outPACEs energy improvements

State program leverages $15 million in 10 months.

Greenburgh approves program to save energy, spend less

Energy Improvement Corporation will finance construction and installations ranging from new windows and doors to heating and cooling systems for qualified businesses.

Energy efficiency returns quadruple bond yields, study finds

The study, commissioned by United Technologies Corp., found that investing in a 30 percent improvement in building efficiency would have an internal rate of return of 28.6 percent over a 10-year period – which is four times better than the average corporate bond yield.
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