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Connecticut's Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority is making a $1 million loan to help a group of Connecticut colleges become more energy efficient. The money will be used to launch "Campus Efficiency Now," a program that will allow participating schools that are members of the Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges to implement energy-saving measures with no upfront costs. The money will be repaid by the five schools participating in the program -- the University of Hartford, Mitchell College, Connecticut College, University of Saint Joseph and the University of New Haven -- using the energy savings yielded over five years.
9/19 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional