Energy Efficiency as a Service is Catching On by Rick Laezman - Energy Watch News


Energy Efficiency as a Service is Catching On by Rick Laezman

One of those innovative financing mechanisms, energy efficiency as a service (EEaaS), is helping building owners invest in new technology to reduce energy use. Typically, a building owner enters into an agreement with a provider that pays for energy efficiency retrofits to the building. The building owner does not pay any upfront costs for the improvements. Instead, payments are made in installments over a defined period of time. Payments are covered by the savings in energy costs realized from the improvements. While the concept is not new, it is increasing in popularity and use as the energy efficiency field continues to grow. https://www.ecmag.com/section/green-building/energy-efficiency-service-catching

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Featured Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Featured Product


 

Featured Job