Cape Light Compact – A Local Resource for Going Green
Since its inception in 1997 as the nation’s first community choice aggregation, the Cape Light Compact has been helping energy consumers on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard save money through innovative energy efficiency programs, consumer-friendly power supply options, and effective consumer advocacy efforts. Austin Brandt, the Compact’s Senior Power Supply Planner, will discuss how the Compact’s programs can help residents and business owners to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on energy bills.
As the Senior Power Supply Planner for the Cape Light Compact, Austin Brandt oversees the Compact’s municipal aggregation power supply program, which provides renewable energy to the Compact’s 140,000 residential and commercial customers on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. Austin also manages the Compact’s demand response initiatives and assists with the Compact’s energy consumer advocacy efforts. Prior to joining the Compact in 2015, Austin worked for the Town of Provincetown as Energy Manager and Conservation Agent, and served with AmeriCorps Cape Cod. Austin holds a BS in Environmental Sciences from UNC Chapel Hill.
Austin Brandt, Senior Power Supply Planner