Leveraging Impact Investment for Small- and Mid-Size Energy Efficiency Projects

Author: Bob Hinkle and Erik Birkerts

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In 2008, the combined U.S. commercial and industrial (C&I) building sectors accounted for over half of all US primary energy use, and approximately 10% of total global energy use. While there are approximately four million existing C&I buildings in the US, half of those are owner-occupied. CalCEF sees an opportunity to sell efficiency as a service and leverage impact investment capital to help these buildings undertake cost-effective upgrades—targeted at achieving 25% energy savings—to unlock more than $150 billion in energy savings over the next 10 years.

CalCEF intends to provide a means for business owners to implement EE projects without any upfront payments, thereby eliminating the first-cost barrier. Instead, efficiency assets can be owned by a nonprofit EE investment fund and customers will pay for savings over time using an Efficiency Services Agreement (ESA). This simple solution pays for capital improvements by repurposing a company’s utility operating expense in much the same way as do solar PPAs.

CalCEF intends to manage education and outreach with channel partners, who will play a vital role in unearthing and unlocking the value inherent in these disparate and invisible project opportunities. Partners can help lead their industries through education & communication, identification of savings opportunities, and project facilitation.

The Fund is now accepting customer applications from facility owners who have efficiency retrofit projects that cost less than $1 million.



Bob Hinkle, President and CEO of Metrus Energy introduces the Efficiency Resource Fund in the below video:


The Efficiency Resource Fund taps into a massive underserved market of 4 million buildings nationwide by providing otherwise hard-to-get financing for businesses to make energy-efficiency improvements, with no upfront costs – helping unlock $150 billion in efficiency savings.


Paul Frankel, Managing Director of CalCEF discusses the market

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impact of the Efficiency Resource Fund in the below video:

The Efficiency Resource Fund unlocks $150 billion in efficiency savings through an innovative financing solution for some 4 million buildings nationwide – delivering customer savings, putting contractors and skilled labor to work, and providing attractive returns for impact investors.


Impact Investment for Small and Mid-Size Energy Efficiency Projects

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Impact Investment for Small and Mid-Size Energy Efficiency Projects