• National Green Bank and Infrastructure Bank Meet Different Goals

    A National Infrastructure Bank, once called “the next best idea for the past 25 years,” looks like it may soon become a reality. Infrastructure has received considerable attention this election season, and Hillary Clinton has unveiled her plans for a $25 billion National Infrastructure Bank. The recently introduced Green Bank Act of 2016 has sparked […]

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    Green Bank Act is Opportunity for States

    As we reported earlier, Rep. Chris Van Hollen has introduced the Green Bank Act of 2016 in Congress. Sen. Chris Murphy intends to introduce companion legislation later this session in the Senate. (Update 9/22/16: the Senate bill has been introduced). At the request of Sen. Murphy and Rep. Van Hollen, CGC provided advice on bill. We believe […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE: New Congressional legislation would create a National Green Bank

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/20/2016 WASHINGTON, DC: Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) has introduced H.R. 5802, the United States Green Bank Act of 2016, which establishes a National Green Bank to provide financing to regional, state, and local Green Banks. Seven Democratic representatives are co-sponsoring the bill: Earl Blumenauer (OR), Matt Cartwright (PA), Gerry Connolly (VA), […]

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  • Green Bank Act of 2014: Why $50 Billion?

    After reading about the recently introduced Green Bank Act of 2014, one of your first questions might be, “Why $50 billion?” In short, $50 billion leveraged through a federal Green Bank just might be enough to finance the renovation of America’s power platform. The Connecticut Green Bank has achieved a leverage ratio of 10:1 meaning that […]

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