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Seminar to Cover CT Solar Incentives

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The Pat Munger Construction Co. in Branford will hold an informational session on Thursday

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in New Haven to learn about Connecticut’s new incentive program for commercial solar installations.

The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority in April launched an incentive initiative to provide $1 billion in credits to clean energy installations over the life of the program.

James Schwartz – a renewable energy and financial consultant — will speak at the Munger seminar about the incentives being offered, coming from electric utilities United Illuminating and Connecticut Light & Power. Attendees will learn about best practices, incentive funds, and financials for installations.

Munger will hold two seminars on Thursday at the Greater New Haven Chamber of

Commerce at 900 Chapel St. The two sessions start at 8 a.m. and noon.

“Repritned from the Harford Business Journal Online, April 26, 2012″.

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