October 18, 2022
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP): Solar engineering services and operations and maintenance provider for commercial-scale solar portfolio
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SOLAR ENGINEERING SERVICES AND OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE PROVIDER FOR COMMERCIAL SOLAR PORTFOLIO I. PURPOSE Inclusive Prosperity Capital (“IPC”) is seeking proposals from qualified contractors (“Contractor”) to provide operations and maintenance and engineering services for IPC’s commercial-scale solar asset portfolio. II. IPC BACKGROUND Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc.
August 10, 2022
Amalgamated Bank Announces $15 million Loan for Decarbonization and Climate Resilience Initiatives
Inclusive Prosperity Capital (IPC) has received a loan for $15 million from mission-aligned partner Amalgamated Bank to expand its work in underserved communities and markets across the country. A subsidiary of Amalgamated Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: AMAL) Amalgamated Bank is a mission-driven, full-service commercial bank that empowers organizations and individuals to
June 24, 2022
During the opening plenary of the ACEEE Finance Forum, Chief Strategy Officer, James McIntyre spoke to the work our team is doing in Ithaca with support of our partners.
The panel highlighted the exciting new endeavor that the City of Ithaca is embarking on with IPC partner BlocPower, to help the City reach the building decarbonization goals set under its Green New Deal, targeting carbon neutrality by 2030. BlocPower is a climate tech startup creating smarter, greener, healthier buildings
April 29, 2022
Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. raises $13 Million from MacArthur, McKnight, and Kresge Foundations to support the deployment of clean energy upgrades in underserved markets
Hartford, CT April 29, 2022 — Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. (IPC) has raised $13 million of program- related investments (PRI) from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, McKnight Foundation, and The Kresge Foundation to support the capitalization and deployment of accessible clean energy upgrades across the nation. Created
November 1, 2021
Solar Power to Provide Savings to East Windsor Housing Authority
The Housing Authority will save more than $130,000 in avoided energy costs over 20 years Photos provided by Laura Scyocurka East Windsor, CT (Oct. 12, 2021) – The Connecticut Green Bank announces the installation of a 39.6 kW solar photovoltaic system at Park Hill, a housing complex owned by the