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An Update on Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency, CHP and District Energy Projects

06-30-2017 11:32

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Despite a growing recognition of the bottom-line value of CHP, District Energy and other energy efficiency/energy conservation projects, getting budget approval and financing remains a principal hurdle to implementing these projects. This presentation will offer an update on the current slate of grants, tax credits, rebates and other incentives that can help offset the cost of implementing your projects, and will also provide strategic and tactical tips to creating competitive incentive funding applications.

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Rod Schwass, Jacobs Engineering



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Rod Schwass, Jacobs Engineering