Make sure energy efficiency is in the plans...

If you are building a new facility, or doing a major renovation or expansion of an existing building, Cape Light Compact has programs available to help make your project as energy efficient as possible. These programs offer technical assistance and incentives to help identify energy-saving measures, improve the energy performance of your building, and enhance the comfort of your space.

It is important to engage the Compact as early as possible during the design phase, in order to maximize the energy efficiency offerings available for your project. Contact or call 1-800-797-6699.

You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions and Case Studies page for more information.

For a quick summary and comparison of the different pathways, view the Commercial Pathways Overview.

How does it work?

The Compact has three paths that you may undertake with your project.

Path 1: Zero Net Energy and Low EUI (Energy Use Intensity) Buildings

(Solutions for buildings over 10,000 square feet)
Receive expert net zero building technical assistance and the highest new construction/major renovation project incentives available. Set an ultra-low EUI and save. We provide support through a post occupancy period to help you make sure the building performs at the level you expect. Learn more.

Path 2: Whole Buildings EUI Reduction Approach

(Solutions for buildings over 50,000 square feet)
In this path for larger, complex building projects, your incentives will be greater with the lowest design EUIs. We offer technical support and energy modeling services to help you succeed. Learn more

Path 3: High Performance Buildings

For whole building projects of any size where customers do not wish to set and pursue an EUI target, projects that are not whole buildings (e.g., tenant fit outs, open air parking garages), projects that are process-load heavy buildings (e.g., cannabis, industrial), and projects where customers are only interested in one-off measures. Receive technical assistance and financial incentives for implementing energy efficient technology and equipment. Learn more.

For more information, please contact or call 1-800-797-6699.