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NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

Bainbridge grocery store greens up with help of energy bonds 03/11/2014
Town & Country Market using Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds

WHICH PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT

Got a project that will conserve energy, use or create renewable energy, or make improvements in resource efficiency? Bring it to us! Housing is in our name—but that’s not all the Commission does. We can also help lower  interest rates and provide access to capital for cleaner energy, green buildings, or improving the performance of existing buildings—thus promoting private investment in energy-conscious projects and improving communities. Don’t see your project described? Contact Us!

ENERGY PROJECTS UP TO $2.5 MILLION

The Commission’s Sustainable Energy Trust (SET) provides a great opportunity to reduce interest rates on projects that involve energy-efficiency or renewable energy. The Commission will participate in up to 20% of a loan under $2.5 million—up to $500,000—at an interest rate of 2 percent. Learn more about the Sustainable Energy Trust Lending Program...

ENERGY PROJECTS OVER $2.5 MILLION

We can help you review your bond financing options. Contact Us

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RETROFITS FOR SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

Part of the Sustainable Energy Trust, this program helps developers and contractors to make extensive energy-efficiency improvements to existing single-family homes—resulting in significantly lower utility costs for homeowners and more energy-efficient housing on the market. This program uses a buy, improve, sell model and requires third party energy audits be performed before and after the work is completed.     
Learn more about the Sustainable Energy Trust Green Home Improvement Fund

OTHER RESOURCES

Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Application (Word)

Tax Incentives Overview by Department of Revenue, WA State (PDF)

QUESTIONS

Avi Jacobson, Sustainable Energy Coordinator
206-254-5359 | avi.jacobson@wshfc.org

David Clifton, Assistant Director
206-287-4407 | david.clifton@wshfc.org

03/21/2013

 
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