Many lenders provide special loans or financial instruments to businesses to promote cost savings though energy efficiency improvements. One example is the Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) loans described below. Be sure to check with your lender for other options that may be available to your business.
Vermont Business Energy Conservation Loan Program
VEDA has low-interest loan funds for Vermont business projects that improve energy efficiency and conserve energy. The program can make loans ranging from $5,000 up to a maximum of $150,000. VEDA, in cooperation with Efficiency Vermont, is accepting applications from eligible Vermont businesses for loans to fund energy conservation projects that are certified as cost-effective by Efficiency Vermont.
Complete and up-to-date details of the program can be found on the VEDA website: www.veda.org