The City of Meriden and the Midstate Chamber of Commerce are partnering with the Connecticut Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA) to help private property owners adopt energy efficiency programs using the “C-PACE” program. C-PACE, which stands for “Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy”, is a state program managed by CEFIA that allows commercial and industrial building owners to finance qualifying energy efficiency and clean energy improvements through placing a voluntary assessment on their property tax bill.
“We are pleased to report that Meriden’s first C-PACE project is now underway at 290 Pratt Street”, said Juliet Burdelski, Director of Economic Development for the City of Meriden. The 290 Pratt Street C-PACE project, which includes HVAC and window replacement at a 532,000 sf commercial/industrial facility, is scheduled to be fully online this fall. "We encourage business and property owners interested in learning about C-PACE to attend an upcoming workshop on November 12 at 290 Pratt Street."
The event will be held at 4 PM on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 and will include an onsite tour of the 290 Pratt Street project and presentations by the project team members, including the property owner, energy services company Lockheed Martin, and CEFIA.
For more information on the C-PACE program or to sign up for the C-PACE workshops, contact Juliet Burdelski at 203 630 4151, email@example.com.