National Grid Will Pay Up to 70 Percent of Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Larry Rulison writes in the Albany Times Union that Mark Siegal had everyone’s attention Friday morning at National Grid’s energy efficiency expo at the Albany Marriott. Siegal is the manager of National Grid’s commercial and industrial energy efficiency programs, and he was explaining to a room full of business owners how a new program that targets small businesses works.
There was a reason for so much interest. National Grid’s Small Business Energy Efficiency Program, which targets businesses such as convenience stores, pizza shops, hair salons and auto dealers, pays up to 70 percent of the costs of energy efficiency upgrades. It’s available to small businesses that use 100 kilowatts of power or less.

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