Cities - 07/July/2017

Circular funding of energy savings

The value of energy-saving improvements at a shopping mall is sufficient to pay back the loan from the contractor that carried out the work and financed it

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The value of energy savings from building improvements undertaken by Siemens at a shopping mall in Copenhagen is sufficient to cover the loan the mall received from Siemens to pay for the work. Energy efficiency and efficient finance in one. ...

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