Property Assessed Clean Energy: North Carolina, PACE-ing itself

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By Carol Rosenfeld, Senior Finance Analyst, Environmental Finance Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill October 15, 2015   Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, is a useful tool for any innovative financier’s toolkit.  Today, we’re taking a closer look at … Continued

Energy Efficiency for Everyone: MACED’s How$martKY On-Bill Financing Program

In October 2014, SEEA approved funding for four innovative energy efficiency finance pilot programs in the Southeast.  In March 2015, we spotlighted the work being done by the Warehouse for Energy Efficiency Loans (WHEEL).  In this post, we focus on the … Continued

What’s the Buzz About QECBs?

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April 22, 2015 By Susan Rosenthal, Energy Programs Consortium   What’s the Buzz About QECBs? Southeast States Among National Leaders in Total QECB Issuances We’re always on the lookout for innovative financing solutions that can help public and private organizations … Continued

WHEEL Deals: Retrofit Financing for the SE

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MARCH 18, 2015    By Jennifer Weiss, Sr Finance Analyst, Environmental Finance Center at UNC Chapel Hill The energy efficiency industry is filled with tongue-twisting program names and whimsical acronyms and the finance sector is no exception. Recently added is the term … Continued

Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) Report by the Energy Programs Consortium

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    This report, written by the team at Energy Programs Consortium, details Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (QECBs). The report explains the process and mechanics of QECBs, as well as offers case studies, tables, charts, and outlines barriers and trends with … Continued

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