Energy Efficiency Pays

October 2006
State Legislatures;Oct/Nov2006, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p9
The article reports that the Hawaii Legislature recently joined New Hampshire in establishing a Pay-As-You-Save (PAYS ®) pilot project. The program allows building owners and tenants to purchase and install renewable energy products with no up-front payment or debt commitment. A customer's electricity distribution company, energy supplier, a third-party capital provider or product vendor provides the up-front capital to purchase the equipment.


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