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Extending Energy Efficiency Financing To Underserved Households

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory just released a new Policy Brief on NYSERDA’s Green Jobs-Green New York Program.  It focuses on their recent effort to extend EE financing to underserved households. Prior to the launch of GJGNY, NYSERDA used Fannie Mae Energy Loans to provide program participants with access to financing to overcome the upfront cost barrier of energy upgrades.  The underwriting standards for this unsecured loan product, including a minimum decision credit score of 640, …See More
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"Thanks, Merrian, for a(nother) excellent report. I'd be interested if you and/or readers had any updated assessments of on-bill utility financing-- especially in communities that had previously hoped to use PACE."
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Merrian Fuller's blog post was featured

Extending Energy Efficiency Financing To Underserved Households

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory just released a new Policy Brief on NYSERDA’s Green Jobs-Green New York Program.  It focuses on their recent effort to extend EE financing to underserved households. Prior to the launch of GJGNY, NYSERDA used Fannie Mae Energy Loans to provide program participants with access to financing to overcome the upfront cost barrier of energy upgrades.  The underwriting standards for this unsecured loan product, including a minimum decision credit score of 640, …See More
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"Hi Merrian - great to see you here.  It would be great to see you post the findings of your residential-focused studies.  A couple-of-hundred-word summery of the "Driving..." report would no doubt be…"
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Merrian Fuller posted a blog post

Extending Energy Efficiency Financing To Underserved Households

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory just released a new Policy Brief on NYSERDA’s Green Jobs-Green New York Program.  It focuses on their recent effort to extend EE financing to underserved households. Prior to the launch of GJGNY, NYSERDA used Fannie Mae Energy Loans to provide program participants with access to financing to overcome the upfront cost barrier of energy upgrades.  The underwriting standards for this unsecured loan product, including a minimum decision credit score of 640, …See More
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Extending Energy Efficiency Financing To Underserved Households

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory just released a new Policy Brief on NYSERDA’s Green Jobs-Green New York Program.  It focuses on their recent effort to extend EE financing to underserved households. Prior to the launch of GJGNY, NYSERDA used Fannie Mae Energy Loans to provide program participants with access to financing to overcome the upfront cost barrier of energy upgrades.  The underwriting standards for this unsecured loan product, including a minimum decision credit score of 640, …

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At 6:37am on January 26, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Merrian,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros. Great to see your blog! Thanks for sharing it.
Don't forget to upload your profile photo. 


Thanks!
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At 3:48pm on January 25, 2011, Evan Mills said…

Hi Merrian - great to see you here.  It would be great to see you post the findings of your residential-focused studies.  A couple-of-hundred-word summery of the "Driving..." report would no doubt be well-received.  

 

Forum is good for very brief statements or questions to the community.  Blog good for longer essays.....

 
 
 

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