Funding released for Connecticut CHP

An initiative in Connecticut, US is to benefit combined heat and power producers.

Hartford reports that the Connecticut Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority released its request for proposals for a $6m pilot program for combined heat and power facilities.

The CEFIA pilot program offers $2m annually for three years to projects below 5 MW, application closing date set for September 28th.

Support for each individual project includes loans, performance-based incentives, alternative financing mechanisms and grants.

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