Get the Inside Scoop on Cape Light Compact at CCTC First Friday Breakfast

March 6th in Hyannis...
Austin Brandt, Senior Power Supply Planner with Cape Light Compact (Courtesy photo)

HYANNIS, MA  If you want to save money, spruce up your home or business, or reduce your environmental footprint, then you should attend the March First Friday Breakfast of the Cape Cod Technology Council.  Austin Brandt,  Senior Power Supply Planner, will be the featured speaker at the March 6th, 2020, CCTC First Friday Breakfast at 7:30 am at the Hyannis Golf Club on Route 132.  Austin will discuss the creation and evolution of this important local resource and explain the technologies and concepts employed to deliver their programs to Cape and Islands homes and businesses.

 The Cape Light Compact is a nationally recognized award-winning energy services organization operated by the 21 towns on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard and Dukes County. The Compact’s mission is to serve its 200,000 customers through the delivery of proven energy efficiency programs, effective consumer advocacy and renewable competitive electricity supply. The Compact offers a comprehensive approach to energy services, including competitive electricity rates with green options, effective consumer advocacy, proven  energy efficient programs, and energy education.

Austin Brandt joined the Cape Light Compact in 2015 and, in his role as Senior Power Supply Planner, he manages the Compact’s Power Supply Program. Prior to joining the Compact, Austin worked in the municipal energy field and also served as a member of AmeriCorps Cape Cod. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied Environmental Science and minored in Marine Science. In his free time, Austin enjoys surfing and road cycling. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Cape Cod Technology Council.

The March breakfast is part of the monthly First Friday Breakfast series, presented by the Cape Cod Technology Council. Thanks to our event sponsor, RISE Engineering, and our First Friday series sponsor, OpenCape. First Fridays are open to the public and local businesses are encouraged to attend.

For more information or to register for this event, please visit the website at


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