UMass-Boston's Bevington: 'Financing alternatives crucial to energy-efficiency upgrades'

It’s conceivable that innovation in project finance can do for building efficiency in the coming century what 30-year mortgages did for home ownership in the last, this article asserts.

July 19, 2012

Current energy efficiency incentive programs typically administered through utilities have yielded paltry results to date. Successful prototypes and pilots in Asia provide alternatives that could be far reaching.

It’s conceivable that innovation in project finance can do for building efficiency in the coming century what 30-year mortgages did for home ownership in the last, this article asserts.

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