This case study details a revolving loan fund program in New York City, managed by the New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation, which focuses on funding clean energy investments in private sector buildings.
This case study describes a revolving loan fund program in San Antonio that provides funds for ongoing energy efficiency investments in municipal buildings.
This primer provides an overview to key issues in energy efficiency financing and existing financing and emerging energy efficiency-focused financing mechanisms.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the ways in which city officials can make available tools and mechanisms for financing efficiency in private sector buildings.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the ways city officials can finance energy efficiency investments in municipal buildings.
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Two programs show what is possible and where the market can follow.
Chambers of commerce and similar organizations are trusted thought leaders and primary connectors to small businesses. They have the power to effectively work with their members as well as key energy efficiency influencers such as utilities, banks, and local governments to ignite greater interest and investment in building performance and secure deeper savings in hard-to-reach … Continued
New market analysis from IMT and LBNL.
For decades, mortgage loans have been the primary means of financing residential and commercial building ownership.The lending community’s use of traditional, multi-year loans for both commercial and multifamily properties alike spread costs over a long period to lessen financial burden for buyers, but until recently, building owners who sought a more energy-efficient building needed to … Continued