California bill aims to cut costs for commercial building energy retrofits
A bill in the California Assembly would allow the state to pool together property owners’ energy-retrofit loans.
A bill in the California Assembly would allow the state to pool together property owners’ energy-retrofit loans. State officials would then sell tax-exempt bonds and use the proceeds to repay the property owners’ loans. The bonds would not be repaid with public funds but by the property owners.
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