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The United States has over six million commercial buildings – more than half are over 50 years old. These building are especially costly to operate, expensive to maintain and often uncomfortable to occupy. With Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), an innovative energy efficiency financing mechanism, renovating these buildings represents an economic development opportunity requiring zero taxpayer funding!
Looking to upgrade your facilities but concerned about the expense, lack of capital and lengthy payback periods? Are you a business owner, architect, consulting engineer, contractor or vendor involved with energy efficient designs and upgrades difficult to justify from a building owner’s financial perspective?
Please join us for a free panel discussion on how to overcome these barriers and achieve an immediate improvement in cash flow through an Ohio PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) finance program – Better Buildings Northwest Ohio, a Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority Program.
You’ll also learn about tax credits, incentives, utility choice programs and new energy efficient technologies. Parking is free of charge and available in the parking lot across from the main entrance to the building. This is a live presentation, not an online event.More
Looking to upgrade your facilities but concerned about the expense, lack of capital and lengthy payback periods? Are you a business owner, architect, consulting engineer, contractor or vendor involved with energy efficient designs and upgrades difficult to justify from a building owner’s financial perspective?More
Learn more about Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing and how it could help you and/or your business with energy efficiency. Scott Ringlein, CEO of The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan, will lead this online, informative PACE overview program.
The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan (EAG) had many great days in the last year, but April 28 ranks right near the top. That day, EAG leaders visited Kids’ Food Basket in Grand Rapids and Cascades Humane Society in Jackson to donate 10 percent of 2014 EAG profits to those charitable organizations.More
The Inn at Bay Harbor, a luxury golf resort on Lake Michigan in Petoskey, is investigating a major energy efficiency upgrade on the historical building, after The Inn’s board voted to move forward on the project.More