Connecticut seafood restaurant goes solar with PACE financing

The Connecticut Green Bank is proud to announce that Westville Seafood in New Haven recently added a solar PV system on its roof with funding through the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program.

Westville Seafood has been serving customers since 2008 with a variety of fried and grilled seafood dishes, as well as soups, salads, and sandwiches. life of the panels.

“Because our busy season is in the summer, we use a significant amount of energy to power the restaurant, resulting in higher energy costs,” said David Austin, owner of Westville Seafood. “Moving to solar helped offset the cost of electricity, it’s more environmentally friendly and our customers love it. We are grateful for the help we have received from the Connecticut Green Bank, which has made the process easy.”

News release from the Connecticut Green Bank

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