Infographic: 3 Ways to Finance Energy Projects Without Being Cash Strapped

The single greatest barrier to food stores initiating energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) projects is initial costs. The “sticker shock” prevents owners from acting on measures that reduce energy and maintenance costs, improve the customer experience and…

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Paying for Building-Level Energy Projects: PACE Makes It Possible

By Jonathan Tan, VP Energy Services The AMS Group Solar power, wind power, fuel cells. These and other alternative approaches to producing and using energy still have an air of newness for most people who are not in the…

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Why You Shouldn’t Dismiss Traditional Financing for Energy Improvements

By Jonathan Tan, VP Energy Services The AMS Group The initial cost of energy-efficiency retrofits is the single biggest hurdle to initiating projects. That’s because the cost of a project is more salient than the amount of money to…

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Financing options bolster the business case for energy-efficient food stores

By Jonathan Tan, VP Energy Services The AMS Group No matter where you stand on climate change or environmental stewardship, one thing is clear: It pays to be green. That message was driven home when Goldman Sachs upped its…

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Category: Refrigeration Systems, Power Systems, AMS Group

Lack of uniform modeling solutions hinders natural refrigeration adoption

By Leigha Joyal Energy Analyst, Hillphoenix Last month, I wrote about the lack of effective performance baselines for natural refrigeration systems and how that makes it difficult for utilities to provide natural refrigeration incentives. In this article, we’ll talk…

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Category: Second Nature & CO2, AMS Group