Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Middletown’s Solar For All Program Extended

Middletown’s Solar For All Program Extended
Middletown Solar and Energy Efficiency Program Deadline Pushed to October 31st with New Workshop Added!

Middletown Mayor Daniel T. Drew (left) and
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Michael Conner
Middletown is pleased to announce the “Solar for All” program is being extended for residents. Launched in May, the program makes solar and energy efficiency upgrades more affordable to all Middletown homeowners through a partnership between the Connecticut Green bank and PosiGen Solar.  

PosiGen’s lease program covers the full cost of installing, maintaining and insuring the solar system, with no minimum income or no credit score requirements, and no equipment to buy. Since the program launch, there has been high interest with 22 Middletown homeowners signing up and almost a dozen in process of being installed! As a result, the program is being extended until October 31st.

The nationally-recognized program combines a solar lease with energy efficiency upgrades to lower the energy burden on participating households. PosiGen’s lease program offers an extremely affordable opportunity to go solar and provides a production and savings guarantee

CHEER is a program of the City of Middletown that supports comfortable, healthy, energy efficient, renewable housing in Middletown.

The City of Middletown and CHEER invite you to a community workshop Wednesday, October 9th from 5:30pm-6:30pm at the Middletown Senior Center, 61 Durant Terrace, Middletown.

Contact: Michael Harris, Energy Coordinator, City of Middletown, Michael.Harris@MiddletownCT.gov,
                    Susan Young, Community Marketing Manager, PosiGen, syoung@posigen.com, 203-308-0876 

1 comment:

Bill Wilson said...

Here is my issue. Are they made and produced in the US, or China?