With tight budgets and limited resources, dealing with aging infrastructure is a challenge every school faces. For many schools, deferred maintenance becomes the knee-jerk response, but there is a better solution. Prioritizing energy upgrades is a good place to start, since those projects can often pay for themselves. Updating to more energy-efficient equipment often produces savings that can be used to fund your upgrades, creating a cash-flow neutral or shared savings scenario that produces a return on investment.
Replacing old systems with energy efficient alternatives not only saves money on energy costs, but can also pay for itself using a cash-flow neutral solution scenario or produce immediate returns with a shared savings funding model.
Success Story: Adelphi University
Adelphi University recently implemented a new co-generation central heating plant and utilized a unique funding solution that gave them...
Success Story: Houston Baptist University
Aligning incoming donations to financing payments allowed HBU to complete critical campus projects now instead of deferring them.
Success Story: Tabor College
With aging buildings and out of date equipment, Tabor College hadn't ever considered lease financing, but by working with First American,...
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