Small Business and Institutional presentation for Public Workshop

Small Busn, Institutional presentation for Public Workshop

Small Business and Institutional presentation for Energy Efficiency Finance Pilots Public Workshop, October 2, 2012, CPUC Auditorium.

Non-Residential presentation for Public Workshop

Non Residential presentation for Public Workshop rev

Non-Residential presentation for Energy Efficiency Finance Pilots Public Workshop, October 2, 2012, CPUC Auditorium.

 

Non-Residential Pilot Proposal (10-1-12)

Non-Residential Pilot Proposal 10-1-12

This document provides recommendations for a Non-Residential EE Finance Pilot program for the 2013-2014 program cycle.  It is being issued for discussion at the October 2 Energy Efficiency Finance Pilots Public Workshop at the CPUC Auditorium.

Please submit all comments by October 10, 2012 to Frank Spasaro, Southern California Gas Company, fspasaro@semprautilities.com.

 

Small Business and Institutional Pilot Proposal (10-1-12)

Small Bus’n and Inst Pilot Proposal 10-1-12

This document provides recommendations for a Small Business and Institutional EE Finance Pilot program for the 2013-2014 program cycle.  It is being issued for discussion at the October 2 Energy Efficiency Finance Pilots Public Workshop at the CPUC Auditorium.

Please submit all comments by October 10, 2012 to Frank Spasaro, Southern California Gas Company, fspasaro@semprautilities.com.

 

Presentation from 9-12-12 Non-Residential EE Financing Webinar

Non-Residential 9-12-12 webinar

 

In-Depth Response

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California EE Finance Hub Discussion Draft

Calif EE Finance Hub Design 9-11-12 Discussion Draft (upd)

This draft proposal describes the functions, structure and design of a proposed “California EE Finance Hub” designed to increase the flow of capital to EE projects. The Hub will offer a simple, streamlined structure through which energy users, financial institutions, EE providers and utilities can participate in a standardized “open market” that coordinates and facilitates application processing, underwriting, origination, funding, repayment, credit enhancements and other key functions. The Hub can serve numerous market sectors and is designed so that it can grow over time if successful in catalyzing the availability and use of low-cost capital that expands EE adoption, particularly deeper, comprehensive projects with greater up-front barriers, including first cost.

The Project Team is seeking questions, comments and recommendations from stakeholders on this Discussion Draft which focuses on the Hub’s role in Non-Residential EE.  Please provide your input by Thursday, Sept. 20.  Thank you.

 

In-Depth Response

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