Reduce Energy Costs »

According to a report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the cost of energy for the typical commercial or industrial building is the single largest operating expense. In the same report it was noted that 30% of that energy is wasted or used inefficiently. Reducing wasted energy provides organizations with a significant opportunity to improve cash flow and increase profitability.
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Eliminate Capital Investment »

Many building owners and managers delay energy upgrades due to the associated up front costs. A growing number of energy financing options are now available with the stated objective of encouraging businesses to implement energy efficiency upgrades. These options also remove the most common barrier to becoming energy efficient, the initial upfront cost or capital investment!
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Improving the Bottom Line »

Newer energy efficiency financing programs mandate a positive cash flow. The resultant energy savings, along with all applicable rebates and tax incentives, must offset the total cost of the upgrades including equipment, installation labor and financing. Cost savings from today’s energy efficient technologies are often significant, consistent and predictable. Freeing up cash from day one is now a possibility!
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Why EAG »

Countless studies show the direct relationship between work environment and productivity. When the air is clean, the lighting good, the noise diminished, and the environment comfortable, productivity increases. Add in energy and cost savings and a company can also improve profitability. The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan is a leader in clean energy PACE project development and financing.
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