PACEsetters

Julia Leonardo, Comptroller and Joanna Hunt, Owner

With C-PACE financing of $485,000, Shagbark Lumber installed a 157 kW solar photovoltaic system. The upgrade is expected to save $68,620 annually in energy costs and $1,215,205 over the financing term, allowing Shagbark to efficiently and sustainably serve its customers for years to come.

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Peter Corbett, CEO & President

With C-PACE financing of $1,001,298, Peter Corbett, CEO & President of InSports installed a 252 kW solar photovoltaic system along with energy efficient lighting. The upgrade is expected to save over $90,000 annually in energy costs and $1,833,569 over the financing term, allowing InSports to efficiently and sustainably serve its customers for years to come.

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John Thompson, Bishop and Jenice Thompson, Co-Pastor

With C-PACE financing of $51,116, John Thompson, Bishop and Jenice Thompson, Co-Pastor of the Calvary Temple Christian Center converted their heating fuel source to natural gas and installed a new high efficiency gas boiler. The upgrade is expected to save $13,678 annually in energy costs and $136,776 over the financing term, allowing Calvary Temple to efficiently and sustainably serve its congregation for years to come.

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Brandon Hall and Brett Wilderman, Principals, Forstone Capital

With C-PACE financing of $2 million, Brandon Hall and Brett Wilderman of Forstone Capital replaced the windows and overhauled the HVAC systems at 855 Main Street in Bridgeport to save energy, lower operating costs, and draw new tenants. Their upgrade project is expected to save nearly $80,000 annually in net operating costs (after payment of the C-PACE charge) and $6 million in energy costs over the financing term, helping expand their business for years to come.

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Paul Breglio, President, Crest Mechanical

With C-PACE financing of $145,000, Paul Breglio, President of Crest Mechanical Services, made a significant long-term cut to the annual electricity bill at 41 Walnut Street with a roof-mounted solar installation. The project will add nearly $8,000 annually to the company’s bottom line and is expected to yield over $400,000 in electric savings over the financing term, helping Crest Mechanical grow its business of manufacturing clean and energy efficient equipment for years to come.

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David Fay, President and CEO and Lynn Robinson, Director of Operations

With C-PACE financing of $384,000 Lynn Robinson, Director of Operations, and David Fay, President and CEO of the Bushnell Theater - one of the most active performing arts nonprofits in the state - overhauled the theater’s forty year old boiler plant. The upgrade is expected to save nearly $30,000 annually in net operating costs (after payment of the C-PACE charge) and $1 million over the financing term, allowing the Bushnell to efficiently and sustainably serve its patrons and the community for years to come.

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