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The U.S. Department of Energy and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) convened a roundtable discussion for participants at the Better Buildings Summit to explore the use of ESPC and other financing mechanisms to improve the energy performance of state and local public buildings.
The AlabamaSAVES Program acquired a participating interest in a third-party loan through its Participating Loan Program to support the redevelopment of the Mercantile National Bank Building in downtown Mobile.
This toolkit provides resources and project case studies for building owners, operators, and occupants that may want to take advantage efficiency-as-a-service to improve energy and water performance in their facilities.
Allumia funded and installed a new LED lighting system for Hilltop Red Apple grocery store using Allumia’s efficiency-as-a-service offering.
Redaptive partnered with AT&T to implement energy efficiency measures at nearly 650 facilities using an efficiency-as-a-service financing solution.
Sparkfund’s Technology Subscription enabled Affinity Living Group to get new interior and exterior lighting without having to divert resources away from serving their residents.