The following are several types of Financing Programs. Please click on the link to learn more about a specific program.

arrow Energy Efficient Mortgages* : Flexible lending terms, reduced interest rates and/or additional capital for upgrades can be provided to borrowers that make energy efficiency improvements that lead to significant energy savings. This is also available to those borrowers that are purchasing an certified energy efficient house.

arrow Energy Savings Performance Contracting : This is a technique that utilizes the savings from operational and reduced energy consumption in order to repay the cost of installing the renewable energy and energy conservation measures. The original capital is usually secured from bonds, municipal leases, revolving loan programs, etc, which are used to financie the needed upgrades.

arrow FHA Power Saver : This is a new pilot program that helps lenders offer credit-worthy borrowers low-cost loans for the use of energy-saving improvements to their homes.

arrow On-Bill Repayment : Clean energy improvements are repaid as part of the utility bill. This can either be a business or personal loan or is can be attached to the meter.

arrow Power Purchase Agreements : This allows a company to install and own a renewable energy system on a client's site; the client pays for whatever energy is produced.

arrow Property-Assessed Clean Energy : Clean energy improvements are allowed to be repaid through an assessment of the property tax bill.

arrow Qualified Energy Conservation Bond : These are debt instruments that allow local, tribal and state government issuers to borrow money in order to fund conservation projects.

arrow State and Municipal Revolving Loan Funds : These are municipal or state pool of funds that capitalize a loan fund. These are managed by the municipal or state government. Loan Repayments recapitalize the funds, which allow for additional lending to continue.

arrow Third Party Loans : These are loans that are administered by third parties. These are usually financial institutions, such as banks (does not include the state and local government). These loans are geared for renewable energy improvements and energy efficiency.

* Please note that MBE Services, Inc., and/or RGE360, its principals, members, officers, attorneys, managers, operating managers and directors, and its affiliated companies (collectively referred to as "RGE") are not licensed mortgage brokers