Innovative Funding for Energy & Sustainability Programs

Explore new business models to fund energy and sustainability projects.

  • A Subscription for Efficiency Projects: Q&A with Sparkfund

    A Subscription for Efficiency Projects: Q&A with Sparkfund

    More companies are looking to new technologies to drive productivity and low-carbon growth. But financial and risk constraints are preventing projects from moving forward.

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  • What Will It Take to Get Your Energy Business Case Approved?

    What Will It Take to Get Your Energy Business Case Approved?

    Innovative funding models are emerging to help align energy & sustainability project proposals with organizational ambitions. Explore how new business models may help move your initiatives forward.

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  • Is Funding a False Barrier to Energy and Sustainability Projects?

    Is Funding a False Barrier to Energy and Sustainability Projects?

    Companies frequently perceive CapEx as a hurdle to accomplishing energy and sustainability projects. However, this assumption may be misleading. Learn the key variables to sucess.

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  • Overcoming Top Roadblocks to Enterprise-wide Efficiency [WEBINAR]32:08

    Overcoming Top Roadblocks to Enterprise-wide Efficiency [WEBINAR]

    Watch the recording of our recent webinar, featuring Energy Efficiency experts to learn more about roadblocks to enterprise-wide efficiency and strategies for overcoming them.

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  • The Evolution of Energy-as-a-Service

    The Evolution of Energy-as-a-Service

    EaaS provides the benefits of the energy transition while reducing the potential cost of entry, enabling more organizations to make progress toward their energy and sustainability goals.

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  • Expert Q&A: Why Companies Struggle to Achieve Enterprise-wide Efficiency

    Expert Q&A: Why Companies Struggle to Achieve Enterprise-wide Efficiency

    Efficiency & sustainability activities can deliver meaningful impact on a the bottom line. But for companies with complex portfolios, scaling an energy conservation program can be an uphill battle.

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  • Energy-Smart Enterprise with Bluescope Steel

    Energy-Smart Enterprise with Bluescope Steel

    A major steel manufacturer created a resilient energy strategy, blasting with a rigorous energy portfolio review, then casting it with a flexible purchasing approach that includes solar energy.

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  • Building a Case for Efficiency - eBook

    Building a Case for Efficiency - eBook

    4 key steps to build an internal business case to fund energy efficiency programs.

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  • Driving Sustainability and Efficiency at Rolls Royce1:36

    Driving Sustainability and Efficiency at Rolls Royce

    Rolls-Royce describes how their energy and sustainability programs help them cut costs while lowering their carbon footprint.

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  • How to Convince Your CEO Energy Efficiency Pays

    How to Convince Your CEO Energy Efficiency Pays

    Most energy efficiency programs can pay for themselves in just one year. It’s not uncommon for large multi-national companies to sustain a five percent energy reduction year-over-year to realize...

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  • Efficiency: Go Beyond the Low-Hanging Fruit

    Efficiency: Go Beyond the Low-Hanging Fruit

    When tackling ambitious sustainability goals, organizations need an investment strategy to fund projects and maintain momentum year-over-year.

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  • Building a Business Case for Continuous Efficiency3:10

    Building a Business Case for Continuous Efficiency

    Hear how this global food producer convinced senior management to make energy efficiency a business priority. More at: www.se-efficiency.com.

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  • Mind the Gap: Innovative Solutions for Industrial Energy Efficiency

    Mind the Gap: Innovative Solutions for Industrial Energy Efficiency

    When it comes to funding efficiency capex initiatives, industrial manufacturers don’t have to dig deep for energy savings to reinvest into the program.

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