Energy efficiency improvements offer building owners, tenants, and occupants many benefits, including energy savings, financial savings, an increase in building valuation, and improved comfort.
Unfortunately, many energy efficiency projects are not implemented despite the availability of utility rebate programs and even affordable capital. Making a persuasive business case to convince skeptical decision-makers to invest time and money can be challenging and usually requires broad support from within an organization.
Successful completion of a project requires:
MEA and Catalyst Financial Group, Inc., have prepared a business case guide to help organizations overcome common organizational and financial hurdles to implementing energy efficiency projects. This Guide offers a variety of tools and resources for energy efficiency Champions to develop their own strategies to get to "yes."
Download the Guide as a PDF. (You will need a PDF reader to view the Guide.)
If you have additional questions about this program please submit them to Kevin Lucas, MEA Director of Policy, Planning & Analysis, at Kevin.Lucas@maryland.gov.
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