Program Impacts

Effective 1/1/2022, Cape Light Compact's offices are open Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 4:30 PM. 

Contractor Training

Environmental Health and Engineering, Inc. (EH&E), a trusted third-party health and safety consulting firm, has developed enhanced COVID-19 health and safety guidelines for the weatherization of 1-4 family residential buildings. The Massachusetts Program Administrators are considering these guidelines as minimum requirements to resume on-premise work of this nature. All contracted vendors and trade allies will be required to demonstrate knowledge of and compliance with these guidelines before being authorized to resume any on-premise work of this nature.

After August 31, 2020, vendors are requested to train additional field personnel on the health & safety guidelines internally, with the materials provided below. Program inspection teams will continue to assess field workers’ compliance with these health & safety requirements until such time as it may no longer be required.

Download the training materials here:

These materials will also be available on the EH&E website starting September 1.

Energy Saving Tips

Cape Light Compact has compiled Residential and Business Energy Saving Tips as people will be spending more time inside at their homes and business find themselves either closed or under reduced hours.

Additional Resources

A list of Federal and State  COVID-19 resources can be found on the COVID-19 Resources page.

The Cape Cod Reopening Task Force has invited the public to submit comments. Comments will be reviewed and taken into consideration as the Task Force develops a reopening report. Comments can be submitted online here.

Energy Education Resources

The Compact partnered with the NEED Project to create energy-focused lesson plans for teachers and parents during this period of distance learning which can be found here.