"Energy efficiency is the best, cleanest and lowest cost resource, and the Energy Loan Program is a real testament to that," said
Loans are repaid from energy savings achieved. Loans to public schools and local governments do not count against debt limits or require a public vote or bond issuance. Projects with the quickest payback, based on cost versus anticipated energy cost savings, will receive priority. To apply, visit http://www.ded.mo.gov/division-of-energy/financial/energy-loan-program.
The loans, administered as part of the Energy Loan Program, provide financing for energy-saving investments such as lighting systems, waste heat recovery or combined heat and power systems, renewable energy systems, insulation, heating and cooling systems, and other measures that reduce energy use and cost.
Since the program's inception in 1989, the
For more information about the Energy Loan Program, call toll-free 855-522-2796 or visit http://ded.mo.gov/division-of-energy/financial/energy-loan-program.
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