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Energy Efficiency Financing: The Current Landscape and Where We Need to Go

Energy Efficiency Financing: The Current Landscape and Where We Need to Go

12:00 to 1:30 pm, September 8, 2010

 

Full webinar presentation

 

"Energy Efficiency Financing: The Current Landscape and Where We Need to Go," a webinar co-hosted by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy and the Alliance to Save Energy, brought together leading energy efficiency policy experts to discuss and asses the current state of financing policy and possible opportunities for forging progress in 2010.  As stimulus funds run out, fiscal budgets continue to be tight, and no new revenue comes forward from a federal cap-and-trade program, all agree that enhancing financing options will be critical to drive investments in energy efficiency.  The webinar focused on PACE, revolving loan funds, on-bill-financing, and other mechanisms and included a moderated question and answer segment.

 

 

In addition to the full webinar presentation available above, individual presentations from the event are available below.  Please direct any follow-up questions to Jack Thirolf at jthirolf(at)www.bcse.org.

 

I.  Welcome

Lisa Jacobson, President, BCSE
Brad Penney, Director of Government Relations, ASE

II.  Overview and Context

Jeff Genzer, Counsel, National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)

III.  Legislative and Legal Developments Regarding PACE

Brad Penney

IV.  Congressional Action on PACE

Tricia Russell, Legislative Assistant, Office of Representative Steve Israel (D-NY, 2nd)

V.  State & Local Efforts on EE Financing

Malcolm Woolf, Director, Maryland Energy Administration

VI.  View from the U.S. Department of Energy

Bret Kadison, Energy Technology Program Specialist, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

VII.  Question and Answer Open Forum

Moderated by Lisa Jacobson

VIII.  Closing and Next Steps