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Financing Post Pandemic Building Upgrades

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President, E3 Prime Environments

E3 Prime Environments’ focus is on commercial, industrial, multi-family and non-profit buildings, as well as agricultural applications. Our project development work includes identifying...

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Due to the impact of COVID-19 many building owners are strapped for cash. Even though needed building upgrades may be long overdue, a business that has been idled for months may find it hard to produce the cash needed to launch such projects. A unique funding option known as Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) makes this the perfect time to fund upgrade projects with an energy efficiency component. Compared to traditional funding options, PACE not only saves the property owner money but can provide new-found capital.


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