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From a professional homes maintenance through the Deep Renovation projects,  to taking care for the clients jobs sustainability.


Increased Non-Bank Financing Options
Increased availability of non-bank finance alternatives (eg. Capital Markets, Bonds, Direct Pension Fund, "Green Bond", ESCOs, tailored ESG vehicles and other sources) will materially impact EE investment supply and reduce the need for banks to be involved.
It is assumed that the need for the involvement of banks in EE investing is a key hurdle and if there were more non-bank players with attractive EE investment funding offers this would unlock increasing EE investment supply.
The report by the Energy Efficiency Financial Institution Group (EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015



Facilitation and Technical Assistance
Municipalities and regions are in a position to potentially develop large area-based renovation schemes and, as such, develop a pipeline of projects for financing. They are constrained by a lack of technical expertise to be able to identify and develop projects. They are also constrained by a lack of financial resources to pay for the costs of such expertise in order to develop financeable business plans. Feasibility studies may also be required, the upfront costs of which similarly need financing  before projects can move to development. 
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015



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„As the amount of ESIF money is insufficient compared to the investments required, the use of grants should be limited to clear market failures and project development assistance.”
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015


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Solved by the Pressiton Bank in the ultimate way:

Energy efficiency opportunity identification and investible project pipelines should be supported with Project Development Assistance (PDA) facilities and Lists of Eligible Materials and Equipment (LEME) for SMEs: Some of the most financially  attractive energy efficiency investment opportunities exist in SMEs but their small size, heterogeneity, relatively high transaction costs and a general lack of technical energy
efficiency project development experience targeting SMEs prevent these opportunities from becoming investible. Public resources should be channelled in the form of Project Development Assistance targeting SMEs to build investible pipelines of energy efficiency projects where there is high energy saving potential or clear “technology-driven” improvements to be made.
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015



Solved by the Pressiton Bank in the ultimate way:

"Financial institutions should more widely adopt best practice energy efficiency mainstreaming models to stimulate their clients’ energy efficiency investments.

Financial Institutions, having a dedicated in-house team of experts with technical and  financial expertise to support banking origination, structuring and monitoring of investments and a so called ‘operational mainstreaming’ with investment targets and objectives set for client facing staff in each sector. This can also be supported by screening all existing and potential projects to identify opportunities for energy savings and providing free energy audits and energy management training to unlock savings potential for
customers.

All financial institutions should pay closer attention to the competitive, de-risking and credit enhancing advantages which the most energy efficient companies among their clients demonstrate. Through increasing their own internal energy efficiency expertise, financial institutions can work more closely with technical specialists (connecting to and supporting EnMS and client internal energy managers) to help identify energy saving opportunities, select economically viable “finance ready” projects and develop a long-term investment programme for energy efficiency which can be presented as a core component of regular corporate finance proposals.  EEFIG considers that it is time that this “virtuous circle” is launched and that energy efficiency project identification plays a more important and strategic role for EU financial institutions in general. "
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015




Solved by the Pressiton Bank in the ultimate way:

A critical challenge arises from the fact that many attractive energy efficiency investments are of small size and broadly distributed across large numbers of homes, mid-cap companies or SMEs where energy cost and usage has not been a primary or strategic concern. Moreover, energy efficiency improvements are often part of larger projects and often are hard to disaggregate. To engage with this opportunity, financial institutions require access to low cost, retail distribution channels that are supported by the right levels of technical and technology resources to cost- effectively identify, process and aggregate many thousands of similar energy efficiency investments into bundles delivering project and counterparty diversity as well as cheaper access to the broader wholesale capital markets.
At present, partly due to the heterogeneous nature of energy efficiency investments and partly due to the immaturity of the market for such investments (compared with mortgages or car loans), the relative costs of project development, finance documentation, processing and aggregation (together “transaction costs”) are high making entry into this business unattractive for many financial institutions. Aggregation of small investments can be undertaken with the support of local and regional authorities, and other intermediaries such as trade federations or chambers of commerce, banks, post offices, utilities and other businesses with retail customers. Aggregation is key to reducing transaction costs for due diligence processes, but also for project development e.g. joint procurement, standard measures, etc. Aggregation of projects can take two main forms: “pooling” refers to the aggregation of different projects belonging to the same client, which may be similar or different (e.g. a municipality renovation offices, swimming pools and sports facilities through a single energy performance contract); or “bundling” refers to the aggregation of similar projects belonging to different clients.
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015



Solved by the Pressiton Bank in the ultimate way:

Standardisation is a necessary corollary of aggregation in reducing transaction costs. Aggregation and standardisation are key to allow refinancing and potentially securitisation of energy efficiency investments. A bank or an energy performance contract provider may need to release its balance sheet and would therefore sell it (partly or totally) to another financial institution or to an investor via the capital markets. This is currently complicated as assets are small and not comparable, which prevents access to the capital markets. The use of new technologies, smarter tools and “clustering” approaches are also emerging with the potential to significantly reduce transaction costs, as energy efficiency’s equivalent of the “solar PV cost curve” reductions or horizontal drilling. These three trends are working together to compress transaction costs.
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015




Solved by the Pressiton Bank in the ultimate way:

Technical assistance, capacity building and project development assistance grants are important to grow the pipeline of energy efficiency investments, but their application must deliver a proportionate quantity of “investment-ready” projects as a core and measureable outcome.
(EEFIG), published on 26 February 2015



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