In this white paper:
- Energy Efficiency Finance Structures, New and Familiar, and Negotiating Key Agreements
- Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) and Applying REITs to Energy Efficiency Finance
- Energy or Efficiency Services Agreements (ESAs)
- Managed Energy Service Agreement (MESA)
- Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
- On-Bill Financing/Repayment
- Warehouse for Energy Efficiency Loans (WHEEL)
- Other Potential Energy Efficiency Finance Structures
- Appraisals and Insurance
- The Role of Public-Private Partnerships: Integrating Public and Private Financing
- State-Level Policy
- Federal Policy
- Excerpt from Introduction:
One year ago, we published our first white paper on energy efficiency finance with the twin objectives of introducing the subject to those for whom it was new, as well as discussing the principal concepts and methods for implementing energy efficiency finance with those already steeped in the subject or about to enter the market. That first primer remains a good starting point for anyone unfamiliar with energy efficiency finance. The purpose of this edition is to continue the conversation and, in particular, to examine where we are, what we have done, and where we are going.
Please see full white paper below for more information.
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Topics: Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency, ESPCs, Innovation, Public-Private Partnerships, REIT
Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Finance & Banking Updates
DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.
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