Successful Third Party Financing in High-Tech Facilities
Many Federal laboratories and high-tech facilities are aging and in need of energy and sustainability retrofits and third-party financing provides the opportunity for implementing the retrofits. Ms. Shearer informally interviewed a number of Energy Service Companies (ESCO) and Federal agency personnel on their experiences and lessons learned. She identified a number of factors and best practices that contribute to successful third party financed projects in high-tech facilities. These findings were presented at the I2SL Alternative Financing Working Group (AFWG) meeting in conjunction with the I2SL Annual Conference (formerly the Labs 21 Conference). In this webinar, Beth Shearer presents common success factors and best practices identified at the AFWG meeting. In addition, she will discuss stakeholders and their value propositions which were developed at the AFWG meeting.
- Participants will identify 6 factors that contribute to successful third-party financed projects.
- Participants will list 2 best practices common to successful third-party financed projects.
- Participants will describe the stakeholders in third-party financed projects and a value proposition for the stakeholders.
- Beth Shearer, Energetics, Inc.. Read bio.
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