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C-Pace – What is the potential impact on Montana’s economy and climate impact if just 15% of commercial facilities participate?

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C-Pace – An Innovative Public-Private Partnership That Expands Access to Energy and Resilience Upgrades For Property Owners in the United States and Around the World

 

Impact on Montana’s Economy if 15% of qualified commercial facilities in Montana utilized this program.

$2 Billion – Total Market Size

39,000 – Job Years Created

$5 Billion – Estimated Economic Output

4 Metric Tons – Carbon Reduction

9 Billion – kWh saved

 

 

The first thing is to do an energy analysis.

The C-PACE contact at the state is Seth Lutter with the Montana Facility Finance Authority. His contact info is below. You can also find lots of details about the program at https://lastbestpace.com/.

 

Seth Lutter, CHFP

Associate Director

Montana Facility Finance Authority

Ph: 406-444-5435

[email protected]

 

 

Missoula County approves green energy financing plan. Steps to take and people to consult with.

“This is a super positive step forward,” Strohmaier said. “It’s been something that has been in the works for many years… It’s great to see Missoula County out on the tip of the spear here getting it implemented in the state of Montana.”

Public hearing for PACE energy-efficient financing program in Cascade County set for March 22

County Commissioner Joe Briggs explained during the work session that organizations can get loans for energy-efficiency projects and expansions that include energy efficiency. He said that the debt is paid through the Montana Facilities Finance Authority and that the county would collect it through property taxes.

 

 

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