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We appreciate your interest in Connecticut Green Bank's Green Liberty Bonds, which will support critical investment in clean energy and energy efficiency projects and infrastructure throughout the State.
To learn more about the Green Liberty Bonds, please review the official statement and investor roadshow.
As part of the continued celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the Connecticut Green Bank is launching a new program to increase and accelerate the flow of capital into markets that energize the green economy and extend the reach of its benefits to all of society - the Green Liberty Bond. In order for us to confront climate change and provide all of society a healthier and more prosperous future, we need to enable and empower everyone to support our transition to a zero carbon economy – creating the sustainable future and modern infrastructure we want to see in our society.
With a goal of achieving another order of magnitude of investment in Connecticut’s green economy in order to confront climate change, we will need massive amounts of capital – from business, government, and families. Everyone needs to be involved to confront climate change and the Green Liberty Bond is one way to unite in support of our clean energy future!
Bryan Garcia, President and CEO
The Connecticut Green Bank announces its 2021 “Promoting the Renewable Energy of Community” webinar series. Over the next year, these webinars will feature Green Bank staff and special guests speaking on topics such as clean energy policy, financial innovation, social justice and cleantech advances. The webinar series involves Connecticut Innovations as a technology partner, and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) as a regulatory partner exploring innovative regulatory structures to support the implementation of public policy.
The “Energy Trends and Transformations” webinar will start the series on Tuesday, March 2, from 12 to 1:30 pm. Katherine Hamilton, co-host of popular podcast The Energy Gang, will lead a conversation exploring the rapidly shifting U.S. policy and business landscape for clean energy, cleantech and climate. From the Biden Administration to Congress, attendees will learn what policy movements are underway, and what these changes mean for states and for clean energy project activity.
More information on the series and registration links can be found here: https://www.ctgreenbank.com/2021webinarseries/
Climate & Capital Media recently covered our 2020 Green Liberty Bond issuance in an article title "Tapping into World War II success for climate finance." Read the article here.
The Connecticut Green Bank recently released its Fiscal Year 2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) (https://www.ctgreenbank.com/about-us/financial-statements/), which is compiled by the Green Bank's accounting team and audited by an external certified public accounting firm in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. The CAFR offers a deep dive into the financial performance of the Green Bank. The Green Bank also recently released its FY202 Annual Report (https://www.ctgreenbank.com/fy20-annual-report/), which provides updates on the programs, shares success stories and milestones, and offers a look at the impact of the inaugural Green Liberty Bond issuance in 2020.