Categories: Energy Management
|Continuing Education Units (CEU)||0.7|
In many cases, the upfront costs of energy efficiency (EE) projects and significant retrofits are a major barrier to implementation for the business, commercial, industrial and residential sectors.
To help remove this barrier, several financing mechanisms have been developed over the years to help minimize upfront costs to encourage organizations and individuals alike to proceed with EE improvements and retrofits. These mechanisms have been deployed by a variety of stakeholders interested in financing EE projects for different reasons, including utilities, governmental institutions, energy service companies (ESCOs), and more recently private equity firms.
In this training course, participants will learn about the mechanisms and successes of EE financing, as well as their respective complexities and challenges. In order to re-enforce these learnings, the course features a number of practice financing scenarios and design case exercises.
Through this course, participants will:
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