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How C-PACE Can Power your Energy Potential: A Bar-T Building Tour, June 27, Frederick, MD

Clean Energy Financing,C-PACE

by AbbieKnight

This course is expected to be approved for 1 GBCI general and 1 AIA CEU. Join at a building tour of the Bar-T Mountainside Camp and learn Commercial property assessed clean energy (“C-PACE”) financing can help you achieve you… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 211 views | Posted on: 06/19/2019 | Last updated: 06/19/2019

FREE WEBINAR: Rethinking Traditional Finance - Better Buildings, April 2, 4/2 3pm-4pm

Green Building,Better Buildings Challenge

by ella.nielsen44 Student

Efficiency-as-a-service is a financing mechanism in which customers pay a provider for the service of energy savings, allowing them to implement their energy (and water) efficiency projects with no upfront capital expenditure. Join this web… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 300 views | Posted on: 04/01/2019 | Last updated: 04/01/2019

How Developers Can Build Smarter: A Closer Look at Budgeting with Incentives

by YijunW

Previously, we've talked about how steel can be a great candidate for green material (Surprise! Steel Can Be a Great Green Building Material). However, due to a recent implementation 25% tariff on steel import from Canada, Mexico, and the E… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 653 views | Posted on: 07/13/2018 | Last updated: 07/27/2018

The impact of green buildings in the Brazilian economy

Green Building,Economy,Brazil

by Suelen Ribeiro Architect/ LEED GA

Green building is gaining space in Brazilian economy, accorded with GBCB (Green Building Council Brazil), sustainable buildings account about 10% of the national construction GDP. This is significant especially since civil construction has … more...

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0 replies | 718 views | Posted on: 01/08/2018 | Last updated: 01/09/2018

Things are looking good financially for the green building industry!

Green Building,investing

by NathanKashdan Student

New research done by the BBC shows that the green building materials market will reach a total value of $69 billion by 2019! The most interesting part of this new research is that some estimates show that nearly half of all non-residential … more...

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0 replies | 1009 views | Posted on: 08/13/2015 | Last updated: 08/13/2015

PACE Financing for Green Building

PACE,financing,green retrofit

by NathanKashdan Student

An increasingly popular way of financing any green building retrofit is PACE Financing. Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing could lead the way to making green retrofitting more affordable for the everyday American. Essential… more...

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1 replies | 699 views | Posted on: 08/11/2015 | Last updated: 06/17/2016

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