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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Local Government, State Government, Data Centers, Financial Services

Customers can borrow money directly from banks or other lenders to pay for energy efficiency projects.

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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Local Government, State Government, Financial Services

Under an Energy Performance Contract (EPC), an energy service company (ESCO) coordinates installation and maintenance of efficiency equipment in a customer’s facilities and is paid from the associated energy savings.

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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Financial Services

This fact sheet describes in detail the efficiency-as-a-service financing solution and summarizes different models in use.

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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Local Government, State Government, Data Centers, Financial Services
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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Data Centers, Financial Services

On-bill financing (OBF) and repayment (OBR) are financing options in which a utility or private lender supplies capital to a customer to make energy efficiency improvements and is repaid through regular payments on an existing utility bill.

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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Local Government, State Government, Financial Services

Commercial property-assessed clean energy (CPACE) is a financing structure in which building owners borrow money for energy efficiency or renewable energy projects and make repayments via an assessment on the their property tax bill.

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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Local Government, State Government, Data Centers, Financial Services, Utility
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Sector: Commercial, Education, Industrial, Multifamily, Residential, Local Government, State Government, Data Centers, Financial Services, Utility

Learn about ways and available tools to find funding for energy efficiency projects and how to avoid common pitfalls.

Other: Fact Sheet
Sector: Financial Services

Internal funding refers to the use of an organization’s existing financial resources to pay for energy efficiency projects, rather than seeking external financing.