These 3 Vermont Businesses Invested in Energy Efficiency and It Paid Off
Posted on 5/26/2016 by Dave Corliss
These 3 Vermont Businesses Invested in Energy Efficiency and it Paid Off
One of the costs of doing business is paying for the energy to run equipment, lighting, and other essentials. Energy costs can be lowered by investing in energy efficient equipment and controls. But where does the money to invest come from? And will the investment pay off?
These Vermont businesses, from Bennington to Newport, financed their energy saving projects with assistance from Efficiency Vermont. In each of these cases, the work will pay off quickly and has provided positive cash flow from day one.
Built By Newport in Newport, Vermont
Financed through a Business Energy Loan with a return on investment of 2 years and positive cash flow from day one.
Sterling Market in Johnson, Vermont
Owner Mike Comeau was able to finance the cost of an energy efficient lighting upgrade based on a savings analysis done by Efficiency Vermont. His monthly loan payments are more than covered by the monthly energy savings from the more-efficient lighting.
Northshire Brewery in Bennington, Vermont
A small brewery in southern Vermont used financing for their energy efficiency project and was able to expand operations.
What’s on your to do list for upgrades to your business? Chances are there’s an energy-efficient way to do it. And financing could be a great way to make it happen—now.
Let me know in the comments.
Dave Corliss, Account Manager