Financial Services

Financial Services

Financing continues to be one of the top challenges in the marketplace for energy efficiency retrofits and renovations. In efforts to address this challenge, DOE created the Financial Ally program in the Better Buildings Challenge. Financial allies support energy efficiency investments by making their finance products available and demonstrating their approaches through published implementation models. Since the launch of the program, financial allies have invested $5.4 billion in energy efficiency projects and have committed to investing $5.5 billion.

Join a Market Solutions Team

Through the Better Buildings Alliance partners participate in peer-exchange activities focused on energy data access, leasing, appraisals, financing, valuation, and more.

Better Buildings Summit

Join 900+ attendees and speakers May 15-17 in Washington D.C. to exchange best practices and proven solutions in energy efficiency.

Better Buildings SWAP

Watch the cities of Atlanta and Boston as they swap energy teams to improve the energy efficiency of the busiest airport in the world and one of the nation's oldest libraries.

Featured Solutions

There are many ways to finance energy efficiency projects in buildings you own or occupy. The Navigator helps you cut through this complexity to secure financing that works for you. 
Ben Healey shares some of Connecticut Green Bank's recent achievements.
This implementation model highlights a financing mechanism developed by Metrus Energy; the company created an Efficiency Services Agreement to deploy multi-measure energy efficiency retrofits in BAE Systems facilities with no upfront costs.
This implementation model describes how Citi used an innovative third-party energy services agreement to deliver efficient electricity and cooling at its London data center, and plans to implement this model at other U.S. facilities in the future.
This implementation model describes how Prologis, Inc., took advantage of PACE financing to retrofit its headquarters at the historic Pier 1 building in San Francisco.

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