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Integrys Energy Services Partners with Clean Power Finance for First ...
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Integrys Energy Services Partners with Clean Power Finance for First ... SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clean Power Finance® (CPF) and Integrys Energy Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Integrys Energy Group, Inc. (NYSE: TEG), a leading Midwestern utility holding company, today announced the creation of a residential 

Clean Power Finance Receives 2013 CCBJ Business Achievement Award in ...
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SAN FRANCISCO — Climate Change Business Journal® (CCBJ), a business research publication for the climate change industry, has named Clean Power Finance® a winner of its 2013 Business Achievement: Finance award. “CCBJ recognized a number 

Utilities Are Trying Their Hand at Residential Solar
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Utilities Are Trying Their Hand at Residential Solar The latest company to bet big on solar is Integrys Energy Group , who is using an innovative offering from Clean Power Finance to get into the residential solar business. Integrys's subsidiary Integrys Energy Services is investing in a residential

Investors see green in clean energy
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Investors see green in clean energy Global clean energy investment was $254 billion last year, according to Michael Liebreich, CEO of Bloomberg New Energy Finance. But the International Energy Agency has said that $36 trillion of clean energy investment, or $1 trillion a year, is

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Hawaii launches on-bill financing program to expand clean energy access

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While Hawaii has made significant progress in transitioning its energy sector from fossil fuels to renewable energy resources in recent years, many segments of the state's population have yet to feel the benefits of this clean energy revolution.

A new on-bill financing program, which was formally announced on April 8, aims to provide access to those who have been excluded.

"The on-bill program truly democratizes clean energy," Gwen Yamamoto Lau, executive director of the Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority (HGIA), which will administer the new program, said during a press conference last week. "Those who previously thought the costs of solar were out of reach can now take a serious look at these investments."

The repayment program allows electric ratepayers across Hawaiian Electric's service territory — Oahu, Hawaii Island, Maui, Lanai and Molokai — to invest in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies that will result in immediate savings on their monthly utility bills, the governor said in a statement.

Minnesota credit unions roll out residential solar loan program

A group of Minnesota credit unions has unveiled a new loan program designed specifically to finance residential solar projects.

Hiway Federal Credit Union and Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union collaborated with the Minnesota Credit Union Network to develop CU Green. The program offers homeowners discounted interest rates and a clearinghouse of online information about solar energy in Minnesota.

“Financing has been a problem for the residential Minnesota solar industry,” said David Shaffer, executive director of the Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association. “A program like CU Green could fill the financing gap.”

Minnesota Credit Union Network’s government affairs and association services vice president Mara Humphrey said she is not aware of any other credit union initiative in the country that offers solar loans.

The CU Green pilot project began last year and managed to attract a handful of interested homeowners, Humphrey said. She expects the number of homeowners seeking solar loans to grow with the changing weather and with recent outreach by the two credit unions to their members.

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