Because of the U.S. DOE SunShot grant, the Connecticut Green Bank can now focus on working with solar and LMI stakeholders in the state to identify the needed analysis and acquire the information and input that are essential for designing and implementing successful state LMI solar strategies. "We have engaged a number of local partners, including PosiGen for single-family and the Connecticut Housing and Financing Authority for multi-family, to make solar PV more accessible and affordable to low-to-moderate income households," states Bryan Garcia, President and CEO of the Connecticut Green Bank. "We are focused on attracting more investment in Connecticut's clean energy economy through public-private partnerships that reduce the energy burden on our most vulnerable citizens."
"PosiGen is honored to be a part of Connecticut Green Bank's commitment to changing Connecticut for the greener," states PosiGen CEO, Tom Neyhart. They are a leader in the green energy movement and we are confident this grant will enable them to help even more low-to-moderate income households reap the benefits of solar and energy efficiency."
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