Webinar: Find Money in the Water System Budget: Internal Energy Revolving Funds

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
2:00PM - 3:00PM EDT
Host Organization: 
Environmental Finance Center Network

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How can water systems find ways to pay for projects to reduce their energy costs? This webinar focused on one approach, the Internal Energy Revolving Fund (IERF) concept, also known as an “Energy Bank” or “Green Revolving Fund.” In this model, an organization uses the fund to pay for energy improvements to its internal operations (e.g. pumps and motors, lighting, HVAC equipment, solar panels, etc.) and then uses the avoided energy costs from one project to help pay for the next project—thus the fund “revolves.”  This webinar looked at sources of money to seed the fund initially and ways to structure it for long-term success.

David Tucker, Project Director, and Glenn BarnesSenior Project Director - Environmental Finance Center at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Webinar Recording: 

Tuesday, April 12, 2016