This new report highlights the essential drivers behind some of the country’s most innovative and effective Energy Investment Partnerships (EIP’s, which are basically public-private partnerships) and distills some of the core characteristics of successful state-and community-scaled partnerships advancing clean energy investment. Through the development of strategic partnerships with public, private, and nonprofit entities, participants expand their capacity to market, analyze, and service investments in clean energy projects. Ever heard of a green bank? It’s essentially an EIP wrapped up in a catchy name.
By establishing state and regional partnerships to repurpose existing funding sources and attract private capital, each EIP has generated an impact well beyond savings on utility bills. The paper elucidates some of the diversity in structure and purpose demonstrated in currently operating EIP’s throughout the nation.
View the report here: Energy Investment Partnerships
Harcourt Brown & Carey has worked to establish EIP’s through public/private partnerships for nearly a decade. Interested in establishing a green bank, putting public capital to work to attract private capital or improving the level of investment in clean energy and energy efficiency projects in your state, city or market? It’s our specialty, contact us today to begin a conversation!
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