How C-PACE Funding Works for Non-profits
What if you had a “new way” to fund your non-profit building modernization project that required no out-of-pocket expense, and generated immediate positive cash flow?
Colorado C-PACE enables owners of Eligible Commercial & Industrial Buildings to finance up to 100% of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation eligible improvements. Financing will have repayment terms of up to 20 years from a private Capital Provider.
Requires No out-of-pocket expense
Generates immediate positive cash flow
Energy costs: Decreased
Building cash flow: Increased
Technical projections: Confirmed by an independent 3rd party.
Financial projections: Confirmed by an independent 3rd party.
Why C-PACE Funding for Denver Non-Profits?
When choosing to install new energy-saving technology, such as more efficient lighting or boilers or upgrading to renewable energy with solar panels, the choice too often comes down to a trade-off between using scarce capital resources to upgrade your operation or carry out your mission.
Financing building improvements using Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) can enable Denver nonprofits to overcome these upfront cost barriers and easily access capital that is paid for over time through savings on utility bills. PACE offers low-interest rates, elongated terms that minimize payments, and a solid value proposition for mission-driven organizations. That’s a good deal not only for the community, but for local clean energy businesses, the regional economy, and our shared environment in Denver.
Labor and Social Welfare Organizations
- Improve your building’s overall performance
- Reduce energy and operating costs
- Increase cash flow for member services
Stabilize properties and secure reliable energy
Increase Denver property value
Reduce energy bills for tenants and common area
Houses of worship
- Substantially decrease your energy costs
- Reallocate cash flow to Denver community programs
- Protect the earth and create community environmental consciousness
School Districts and Charter Schools
Reduce Denver school’s electricity bill significantly
Real-world way to teach students the need for more renewable energy
Make school community part of the solution to current carbon emissions