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[Homepage Section] Invest in your most valuable asset.

Invest in your most valuable asset.

Greenworks Lending provides 100% upfront financing for clean energy upgrades to commercial real estate using Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing.

With Greenworks Lending, property owners see day one pay back and repay the upfront investment out of energy savings, over the life of the energy measures.

[Homepage Section] With Pace, Everyone Wins

With Pace, Everyone Wins.


Building Owners
Get access to financing with no money down


Energy Contractors
Complete more, larger deals


Local Governments
Drive investment in your community

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Greenworks provides financing for a wide range of non-residential properties.

Commercial

Industrial

Agricultural

Non-Profit

[Homepage Section] Day-one payback with Greenworks Lending

Day-one payback with Greenworks Lending.

Improve your bottom line with PACE financing.

Reduce and lock in lower energy prices for 5-25 years. Savings projections verified by third-party expert.
Building owners that use Greenworks financing see 40-60% in energy savings, on average.
PACE enables building owners to fix what’s broken and upgrade to newer, more efficient equipment.

[Homepage Section] How Pace Works

How Pace Works

Greenworks Lending helps commercial property owners save money and energy by providing upfront capital so they can improve their buildings.
Greenworks Lending helps commercial property owners improve the net operating in-come of their buildings. Greenworks utilizes Property – Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) – a government policy that allows building owners to access 100% upfront capital that they pay back out of energy savings.

[Homepage Section] Energy Saving Ideas

Energy Saving Ideas

Examples of measures Greenworks finances include:

Building envelope: (insulation, glazing, windows, etc.): Building envelope improvements can save commercial buildings between 5-40% on energy costs. Upgrades like windows, air sealing, and insulation decrease energy usage, are installed quickly, and make building occupants more comfortable.

Building envelope

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Boilers, chillers and furnaces: Heating and cooling a building is often one of the largest expenses for building owners. High efficiency boilers and chillers can significantly reduce energy costs because they operate 20-40% more efficiently than existing equipment; not to mention new equipment also reduces emissions and maintenance costs, and is more reliable than traditional technologies!

Boilers, chillers and furnaces

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Automated building controls (BMS, EMS): Automated building controls provide a central control system for a building’s heating, cooling, ventilation, etc.. Adding an automated control system can decrease electricity costs by at least 15%, while also decreasing operational and maintenance costs.

Automated building controls (BMS, EMS)

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Combined heat and power (CHP) systems: Heating and powering a facility is a significant energy expense because traditional systems operate at a 45% efficiency rate. Improved combined heat and power systems can reach up to an 80% efficiency rate – increasing energy savings, while also reducing carbon emissions by 50%.

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems

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Variable speed drives on motors, pumps and fans: Variable speed drives can reduce energy consumption up to 40% by effectively matching a motor’s use to variable operating loads. In addition to reducing energy costs, variable speed drives extend motor life. They can be applied to several systems and are easily installed.

Variable speed drives on motors, pumps and fans

Roof replacement: PACE can provide financing for roof replacement when coupled with other energy upgrades – like solar or rooftop units. In some states we can finance roofs by themselves. Roof upgrades can significantly reduce energy costs while also improving the structure of a building.

Roof replacement

High efficiency lighting: Lights use a significant portion of electricity in most buildings. Switching to energy-efficient lighting is an easy way to save money. Most commercial buildings see 15%+ savings on their electricity bills by upgrading to new lighting. The switch will also help the environment by using 80% less energy than traditional incandescent lights.

High efficiency lighting

Solar: Solar improvements can save most commercial buildings between 50-90% on electricity costs. Photovoltaic solar systems can be installed quickly, have zero emissions and the sunlight, used as fuel, is free! Additionally, many states offer ongoing or upfront incentives to make going solar with PACE more affordable than ever.

Solar

HVAC upgrades: Heating and cooling a facility is one of the largest energy expenses because older furnaces are only 56-70% efficient in converting fuel into useful heat. New heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment (HVAC) can reach 97%+ efficiencies and reduce utility bills by between 20-50%.

HVAC

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Hot water heating systems: Hot water heating systems contribute up to 18% of a building’s utility bill. Making the switch to high efficiency hot water systems can reduce costs by 30%. Upgrading these systems also conserves water because they are 25% more efficient than traditional hot water heating systems.

Hot water heating systems

[Homepage Section] Smart Business. Brilliant Results

Smart Business. Brilliant Results.