Mis à jour : 15 déc. 2020
The city of Minneapolis uses a Pay As You Save system to promote energy efficiency
Markets: Energy & Natural Resources; Smart Cities; Environment
Short Description: The city of Minneapolis is seeking permission to launch what would be one of the nation's largest on-bill financing programs for energy efficiency.
Through this program, the company EEtility will use data to target homes that consume significantly more energy than the city's average to help them become energy efficient.
Under the proposal, customers would be able to borrow money for energy improvements and repay it through their monthly utility bills. A Business Model that is most commonly known as Pay as You Save.
The main objective is to increase the quality of life and health of residents through energy savings and improved indoor air quality.
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