October 11, 2022
Connecticut has some of the most robust renewable energy incentive programs in the country, including Non-Residential Renewable Energy Solutions (NRES), the Energy Storage Solutions Program, Electric Vehicle Charging, and Shared Clean Energy Facility (SCEF). Combined with an infusion of funding from the Inflation Reduction Act, there is no better time to transition to renewable energy in CT than now. However, time to get up-to-speed on how to apply the incentives available to your solar and storage projects is limited with incentive enrollment deadlines quickly approaching in early 2023.
On Wednesday, November 16 at 12 pm EST, the Empower Energies team will host a webinar called Zeroing in on Connecticut: Groundbreaking Solar and Storage Incentives for the Energy Transition that aims to demystify the renewable energy programs currently available, as well as help C&I building owners in Connecticut explore how they can take advantage of this incredible opportunity to develop renewable energy projects at cost.
What to expect
On the agenda, we’ll discuss:
- The background of renewable energy programs in Connecticut, including the former LREC/ZREC programs (Short for Low-emission Renewable Energy Credits and Zero-Emission Renewable Energy Credits)
- 3 new programs in 2022: Energy Storage Solutions Program, NRES, EV Charging
- An existing program: SREC
- Important timelines and considerations for these incentives
- A case study of a commercial project that showcases how these incentive programs can be applied and impact project ROI
- To close out the webinar, there will be a Q&A. Feel free to submit a question during registration.
Carol Tobian – Director of Business Development
Carol Tobian joined the Empower Energies team in December 2020 as a Business Development Director with 20 years of experience in the clean-tech energy space. In her previous business development roles at Woodstone Energy, National Resource Management, and EnerNOC, she led dynamic teams to identify and implement projects using cutting-edge technologies to reduce energy consumption. In her role at Empower Energies, she works with commercial and industrial partners to assist in identifying, developing, and implementing new solar and renewable energy projects that are ideally suited to meet their sustainability and financial objectives for the long-term. In her spare time, she enjoys sailing the ocean blue with her husband and cat, Twing.
Alex Wolfe – Sales Analyst
Alex Wolfe is a Sales Analyst at Empower Energies, focusing on data analysis and regulatory research for clients. Prior to working at Empower, he spent nearly 5 years working in the environmental regulatory compliance field. In his free time, he rides bikes and reads about sustainable development. Additionally, Alex is a graduate candidate at George Washington University’s Trachtenberg School pursuing an M.A. in Environmental Resource Policy.
Why you should sign up
It cannot be overstated how powerfully these Connecticut incentives can impact the financials of renewable energy projects when applied thoughtfully and efficiently. Before developing a renewable energy project in CT, it is important to understand how these incentives interact with one another and also with federal programs such as the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which was recently extended by the Inflation Reduction Act.
All attendees will receive access to the webinar recording and slides after the presentation, and the final recording will be hosted on our website here.