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Financing Residential Energy Savings:

Assessing Key Features of Residential Energy Retrofit Financing Programs

Introduction

This policy brief discusses on-utility bill and property tax financing as methods for residential energy retrofits. It identifies barriers and challenges of retrofits and presents case studies of existing programs in Canada and the United States. The brief concludes with lessons learned and the implications for policy-makers.

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Principles for Smart Energy Communities

A Smart Energy Community seamlessly integrates local, renewable, and conventional energy sources to efficiently, cleanly, and affordably meet its energy needs. It is a coveted, highly livable place to live, work, learn, and play.The successful implementation of Smart...