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Distributed energy solutions are now more accessible than ever before, allowing you to turn your energy challenges into a business advantage without upfront investment. We will work with you to develop the best financing solution to solve the unique energy needs of your business.
Whether you choose our Energy Services Agreement (ESA) option, one of our Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) options or a full Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) approach – or purchase your energy solution with upfront capital or a low-interest loan – be confident that you have the right partner to help your organization. We are already helping thousands of organizations across the globe achieve their energy goals, combining our long history of leadership in the energy industry with a strong balance sheet and the expertise to deliver for you.
Alton Towers achieves 80% energy efficiency and cuts energy costs by 12% using ESA financing.
Reed Intermediate School in Newtown, CT is saving $1.5M over 25 years by generating clean, efficient solar energy through a PPA.
A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Philadelphia, PA is saving $145k annually with cogeneration financed with an ESA.
Our PPA financing option is a hassle-free option that delivers efficient, clean solar power and generates immediate savings for your business. This commercial solar panel financing option is ideal for organizations looking to reap the many benefits of installing a solar photovoltaic (PV) system on their site. The PPA requires no upfront investment and no solar PV system ownership responsibilities – Centrica Business Solutions is responsible for any maintenance needed for the solar PV system and for the removal of the system at the end of the contract. We offer two PPA solutions:
PACE is an innovative financing option that allows property owners to finance the up-front cost of energy efficiency improvements and then pay the costs back over time (typically 10 to 25 years) through a voluntary tax assessment. The unique characteristic of PACE financing is that the assessment is attached to the property rather than an individual.
PACE may be funded by private investors or government programs and is available in states with enabling legislation and active programs. Energy incentives, rebates, and tax credits can be used to offset project costs or pay down a PACE loan. To date, 36 states plus the District of DC, have adopted legislation for commercial PACE programs.
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