Multi-Family Facilities

Improve Your Building, Reduce Overhead

Investing in energy efficiency can help reduce operating costs and improve tenant comfort in the multifamily buildings managed by your nonprofit. We can help you develop an energy-saving strategy that makes sense for your organization and connect you with funding resources.

Multi-Family Facilities

Multi-family buildings use more energy per square foot of living space than single-family homes. This is mainly because more people are using energy-intensive resources like hot water. As energy costs increase along with square footage, it becomes even more important for make multifamily housing to be energy efficient. The good news: energy-saving improvements can reduce energy use in many multifamily buildings by 30 percent1 and improve tenant comfort. Renewable energy systems can further deliver important savings to your energy costs.

We recognize that most nonprofit housing organizations operate on a tight budget. Our programs offer financial incentive strategies to help you offset costs so that you can concentrate on the rest of your mission.

PROGRAMS WE OFFER

Energy Opportunities

It can be a big decision to replace equipment if it’s still functioning. But with today’s energy costs, delaying an upgrade can actually cost you money. Investing in energy-efficient equipment can reduce operating costs and improve productivity, ease-of-use, comfort and even...

Small Business Energy Advantage

In today’s environment, energy efficiency is a key element in sustaining the financial health of any organization. We can help. A utility-authorized contractor will advise you on energy-saving strategies and technologies specific to your organization that will deliver the greatest savings...

Retro-Commissioning

Retro-commissioning (RCx) is a process to optimize your building’s operations and maintenance.  It focuses on how your mechanical equipment, lighting and related controls operate, and how these systems function together. These improvements are supported with sustainable energy...

Operations and Maintenance

Trimming your energy costs may be easier and more affordable than you think. We can help you assess your building to identify energy-saving opportunities through improved maintenance practices, equipment repairs and operational changes. Effective operation and maintenance is a cost-effective...

Energy Conscious Blueprint

Want to maximize energy performance in your new building?  Plan for efficiency from the beginning with help from utility energy experts. They’ll work with you and your design team to identify energy-saving opportunities and integrate them into your plans early – before the...

Express Service Lighting Rebate

The Express Service Lighting Rebate is a smart way for businesses to save electricity and cut energy costs by installing high-efficiency lighting. Now with paper and instant rebates you can enjoy all the energy-saving benefits without paying a premium price. What a bright idea!

Cool Choice Rebate

Cool Choice is a smart way for nonprofit business customers to save electricity and cut energy costs by installing high-efficiency air conditioning and heat pump systems. Now, with rebates through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, you can enjoy all the energy-saving benefits of a high...

Low-Interest Loans for Commercial & Industrial Customers

Make energy savings pay out with low-interest financing for qualified energy-efficient improvements. Coupled with incentives, it can make your project a reality so you can start saving sooner.

Commercial Multi-Family Properties

Do you own or manage a multi-family building? Do you have tenants or owners living in the building? Are you about to start construction? Chances are you may be eligible for more than one energy efficiency program offered to Connecticut’s electric and gas residential and business customers....

Combined Heat & Power Pilot Program

Does your nonprofit operate in a building that has large heat and power load demands? If so, it’s worth exploring Combined Heat & Power technologies. You could be eligible for a grant, loan or power purchase incentive to offset the cost of investing in equipment to tap into this energy...

Oil Heating System Efficiency Program

As a nonprofit or housing authority, you may be eligible for funding to replace, upgrade or repair a fuel oil furnace or boiler to improve energy efficiency. 

Commercial Kitchen Equipment Rebate

Want a recipe for success? Turn the commercial kitchen at your organization into a model of efficiency. We make it easy to reduce energy costs and improve performance with rebates on energy-saving ENERGY STAR® equipment. And because many energy-saving options produce less heat, you might also...

Commercial Clothes Washer Rebate

Make your laundry facility work for you. The next time you purchase a commercial clothes washer, choose an energy-saving ENERGY STAR model. Whether you’re replacing just one machine or many, you can earn a $200 rebate for each qualifying machine and get high performance with every load.

Natural Gas Heating Equipment Rebate

A smart way for organizations to save gas and cut energy costs is by installing high-efficiency natural gas heating equipment. With efficiencies of up to 98 percent they are the most efficient heating equipment available. Now with rebates through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, you can...

Natural Gas Infrared Heater Rebate

Cool down your budget and warm up your building with energy-efficient natural gas infrared heaters. When you install a qualifying low-intensity or high-intensity model, you can receive a rebate of $500-$850 per unit.  

Natural Gas Water Heating Rebate

With efficiencies of up to 85 percent or more, installing high-efficiency natural gas water heating equipment is a smart way for organizations to save gas and cut energy costs. Now with rebates through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund you can enjoy all the energy-saving benefits of a high...

Vending Machine Rebate

Cold beverage vending machines are everywhere, making our lives easier. But machines that run continuously can cost more than $300 a year to operate. There’s a better choice. With motion-sensing technology, you can cut energy costs 20-70 percent simply by powering down the unit when no one...