75 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
700 Canal Street
Stamford, CT 06902
Through the Residential Solar Investment Program (RSIP), the Connecticut Green Bank, in partnership with a network of contractors and inspectors, has helped more than 46,300 households access solar energy since 2012, surpassing the statutory target of 350 MW (reaching 378 MW) one year ahead of the December 2022 deadline.
Take a look at this Excel spreadsheet of residential solar installations in Connecticut for information on system costs, sizes, contractors installing systems and other details gathered during the RSIP.
Access Slipstream’s evaluation of the RSIP here.
The following RSIP evaluations provide assessments of the program at different time points and with different focus areas. The evaluation completed in March 2016 focused on RSIP cost-effectiveness from multiple stakeholder perspectives. The evaluation completed in January 2015 focused broadly on RSIP performance, participant and installer feedback, participant economics, inspection findings, and program cost-effectiveness.
|Technical Due Diligence: Connecticut Green Bank SHREC Securitization – Tranche 4, April 13, 2021|
|Technical Due Diligence: Connecticut Green Bank SHREC Securitization – Tranche 3, May 22, 2020 >|
|Cost-Effectiveness Assessment of the Residential Solar Investment Program – The Cadmus Group, Inc., March 9, 2016|
|Residential Solar Investment Program Evaluation – The Cadmus Group, Inc., January 28, 2015 >|
|Connecticut Green Bank’s Residential Solar Investment Program: Economic Impact Analysis of Existing Commitments and Future Scenarios – Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis (CCEA) at the University of Connecticut, and Semnia LLC, February 9, 2015|
|Analysis of Solar Home Renewable Energy Credit (SHREC) Program – Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC, January 20, 2015 >|