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Energy Efficiency Business Coalition

The EEBC was formed in 2007 to provide a voice to the businesses involved in the manufacturing, distribution & installation of energy efficiency technologies. The EEBC's primary focus is to increase the business potential of the industry.

Website: http://energyefficiencybusinesses.org
Location: CREED Facility in Golden, Colorado
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Feb 14

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Do you offer energy efficiency project financing options to your customers?

Financing Energy Efficiency Projects for Contractors Continue

Tags: coalition, EEBC, GEO, business, office

Started by Energy Efficiency Eric Jan 5, 2012.

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Comment by Greg Traster on June 12, 2013 at 9:25am

 The federal income tax credit for energy efficient window replacements has been raised recently. Purchases on windows could be reimbursed for 30% of their total expense up to $1,500 for every household, if you qualify. 

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Comment by Energy Efficiency Eric on December 31, 2012 at 8:32am

Do you have a new technology or new program? 
Innovative utilities may be interested. 

Watch this: www.eebco.org/newprograms

Comment by Tammy Kenworthy on September 10, 2012 at 3:19pm
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Hello , I work for General Pacific, INC. we are a distributor of Conservation Products. We have a website www.ilovewaterheaters.com  and we sponsor the Home Performance Contractor Guild of Oregon www.oregonhpcg.org and the www.HomePerformanceWashington.org group

Many of the contractors we sell to offer financing thru Clean Energy Works Oregon, Umpqua Bank, or Banner Bank. No Money Down loans certainly get the homeowners attention.

 

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