Funding an Energy-Efficiency Project
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You might know what you'd like to do to make your building more energy efficient - but where is the money coming from…

 

 


 

Description

Return to BUILDINGSVIP home pageYou might know what you'd like to do to make your building more energy efficient - but where is the money coming from to actually get it done? There are several options, but chances are high that only a few are right for your building project. Discover different funding options and what will work best to cost-effectively support the energy-efficiency projects you want to initiate.

 

Learning Objectives
  • Define options for funding an energy project (energy performance contracting, rebates/incentives/grants, structured finance, capital budget, monetizing green attributes, etc.).
  • Identify which energy-efficiency projects qualify for funding.
  • Determine which funding option is best suited for your project.
  • Outline how to apply for the appropriate funding.

 

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Presenter

Mark Jewell, Founder, RealWinWin, Inc.

 

Mark Jewell, founder of RealWinWin, Inc., has spent more than 20 years in commercial real estate and over 15 years in energy efficiency. His company’s clients include building owners and managers who collectively control more than one billion square feet of commercial real estate, as well as electric and gas utilities, resource-efficiency-focused non-profit organizations and other agencies.

Jewell has also worked closely with the US Environmental Protection Agency to help create and promote ENERGY STAR for Commercial Real Estate, a voluntary pollution-prevention initiative that has been embraced by several billion square feet of income-producing office buildings.

Jewell is a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he specialized in economics, real estate and finance.

 

 

 

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