Last Updated July 13, 2016
Pathway Lending Community Development Financial Institution
Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:
Pathway Lending's Energy Efficiency Loan Program provides Tennessee business and non-profit entities with below-market loans for energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements. All costs related to the efficiency measures may be financed, including assessments, design, equipment and installation. Any project that reduces utility consumption, across electric, gas, or water, may apply for financing through this program. The loans are designed to allow for energy costs savings derived from each project to provide the repayment of the loan. As of January 4, 2016, EELP will now offer up to six years of financing for qualified energy efficiency and renewable energy projects to Tennessee local governmental entities, including municipalities, counties, school districts and other similar public agencies. To be eligible for a loan, a governmental entity must have a complete third-party energy audit, assessment or vendor proposal that details estimated energy savings.