Cape Light Compact is opening its “Main Streets” energy efficiency initiative to small businesses on Martha’s Vineyard that use less than 60,000 kWh per year. This effort provides eligible businesses with select free energy-efficiency upgrades.
According to a press release, this initiative is specially designed to give smaller customers an easy, fast, no-cost way to reduce their electricity use. The upgrades reduce monthly electric bills and often have the bonus of enhancing the comfort of the workspace and providing for a more inviting atmosphere for customers.
Free upgrades are tailored to each business, and could include high-performance LED lamps and fixtures; wall or ceiling occupancy sensors; programmable thermostats; vending machine controls; or water-conserving products. Small businesses can also get incentives for up to 80 percent off other qualified energy-efficient improvements.
To take advantage of this limited-time offer, eligible businesses on Martha’s Vineyard must contact Cape Light Compact before Memorial Day (May 28) to sign up.
Cape Light Compact is also coordinating with National Grid, which is also offering certain no-cost gas saving measures such as programmable thermostats and pipe insulation, and water-saving products.
If you are a commercial electric customer on Martha’s Vineyard that uses less than 60,000 kWh per year, call 800-797-6699 to sign up.