March 30, 2017
CT Green Guide

Green Bankers named to national efficiency group

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Bert Hunter, the Green Bank's chief investment officer
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Mackey Dykes

Two Connecticut Green Bank executives have been named to volunteer positions with a national group that promotes Property Assessed Clean Energy financing -- a Green Bank specialty.

Chief Investment Officer Bert Hunter will join PACENation's board of directors and Mackey Dykes, vice president of commercial and industrial programs, will serve on the organization's leadership council.

Connecticut's commercial PACE program is one of 19 in the country. The Green Bank recently relaunched a push to create a residential version, but lenders have concerns.

PACENation's board of directors already includes one familiar face for the two men. Jessica Bailey, CEO of Stamford-based GreenWorks Lending, helped the Green Bank develop its C-PACE program before departing in early January.

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