There has been much ado about the recent paper published by E2e; Do Energy Efficiency Investments Deliver? Evidence from the Weatherization Assistance Program, the final word on which is yet to be written.
Decades of experience and verification prove energy efficiency programs deliver huge benefits to consumers and the environment - and these benefits far exceed the costs. But numbers can be distorted and therein is the bane of Energy efficiency projects.
E2e has some heavy…Continue
I am looking to team up with an ASHRAE certified auditor on a professional basis.
I am offering Commercial Energy Efficiency solutions under the CA PACE program, for which an ASHRAE audit is required to access PACE funds.
I will prefer to work with an associate in the San Francisco Bay Area
On your interest we can exchange more information. Thank-you for your consideration.
Added by Bijou Lulla on April 1, 2014 at 12:53pm — No Comments
There is a lot of news flow on investor interest on raising funds for solar loans, but not much attention has been paid to - what constitutes an ‘attractive interest rate’ to make homeowners ‘jump’ to make that solar investment.
Supply Side First
Lets focus on the resource side; the benchmark for raising ‘low cost’ institutional funds lies will be SolarCity’s…Continue
Third-party solar energy system leases now account for nearly three-quarters of California’s residential solar market, and have added $ billions to the Californian economy according to reports. Popularly known as 'ZERO DOWN', leasing or 3rd party owned models have…Continue
Added by Bijou Lulla on May 8, 2013 at 7:54pm — No Comments
Much has been written in recent times on consumer attitudes towards investing in energy efficiency retrofits, a recent GTM article http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/Can-Home-Energy-Efficiency-Gain-Traction?utm_source=SmartGrid&utm_medium=Headline&utm_campaign=GTMDaily does hit the nail on the…Continue
Solar Energy + Energy Efficiency Services – to DO or NOT to DO – is no more a Shakespearean dilemma!
The SMB solar installer finds himself in a challenging spot today