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Energy Efficiency Investment Corporations

An Energy Efficiency Investment Corporation (EEIC) is an organization capitalized with funds that are used to invest in local efficiency projects. This model is similar to industrial loan corporations, which have traditionally offered loans and tax credits to companies undertaking facility improvements.

Examples of EEICs include Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC) and New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC), an independent, non-profit financial corporation established by the City of New York to support the City’s energy and climate action goals by catalyzing an energy efficiency retrofit financing market for private building owners.

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