Discover multifamily savings with green energy
Explore your property’s savings potential and financing options
Multifamily property owners know that high–performing, energy efficient buildings save on energy costs and operating expenses, but improvements can be expensive and the upgrade process difficult to navigate.
At Connecticut Green Bank, our goal is simple – lower barriers to energy improvements by making green energy upgrades easy and affordable. We offer technical assistance and financing solutions at every step of the process – from planning to installation to performance monitoring – to make improving building performance simple.
Green energy upgrades help owners improve their properties and reduce operating costs. From saving money to saving the environment, the benefits of energy efficient buildings are clear:
- Multifamily properties (5+ units, affordable and market rate)
- Private and non-profit owners, public housing authorities, senior/assisted living communities, condominium/co-op associations, etc.
- Heating and cooling systems
- Hot water systems
- Building envelope
- Lighting and appliances
- Water efficiency
- Renewable energy systems (solar PV, solar thermal, etc.)
- Conversion from oil or electric to gas
- Qualified health and safety measures
Start saving on your property’s energy bills now. We make it easy for you to assess your energy savings potential and identify the technical assistance and financing resources needed to make your project a reality. To get started, Connecticut Green Bank has the following pre-development resources available to begin scoping, analyzing and designing your multifamily energy upgrades.
Already scoped and designed your project? We can help you identify project financing options to help complete your project.
This pre-development loan funds comprehensive energy improvements from opportunity analysis to design through a process managed by our designated technical service provider, New Ecology, Inc. Learn More
Contact us today with questions or to discuss your project with a Connecticut Green Bank representative.
Email [email protected] or call (860) 257-2333.