Perhaps your building has been benchmarked for years, or maybe you're still working to meet Energize Denver’s June 1st benchmarking deadline. Either way, benchmarking often uncovers opportunities to improve the efficiency of your building, which reduces operational costs while increasing building competitiveness in the business environment and owners' returns on investment. But what is the best way to finance worthy efficiency and renewable energy projects?
Join the Denver 2030 District, in partnership with the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, from 7:30-9am on Wednesday, June 21st to learn about available financing options. During this workshop, local experts will discuss Colorado's new Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program, as well as the "efficiency as-a-service" model. Attendees will learn essential details about:
The C-PACE program, including how it works, the financing structure, and the role of key stakeholders in C-PACE deals
“Efficiency-as-a-service” financing, its applications, and the accounting benefits of this approach
Breakfast and coffee will be served. Space is limited, so register today to save your seat.
About the Presenters
Tracy Phillips is the Director of the Colorado C-PACE Program, and is a Certified Energy Manager, Certified Demand Side Management Professional, Certified Measurement and Verification Professional, and holds a Master’s Degree in Physics. His 21 years of experience includes energy audits, recommissioning, measurement and verification, master planning, energy modeling, and third-party technical reviews. He is currently serving as the Chair of the IPMVP Committee and is also the Technical Director of GBCI's Investor Confidence Project.
David Clamage founded Saulsbury Hill Financial, LLC in 1976. He has completed over $900 million in energy efficiency and retrofit finance transactions across the country. Saulsbury Hill Financial is a member of the Colorado Energy Office, Energy Services Coalition, and the Denver 2030 District.