State Offers Low-Interest Loans for Energy Efficiency Projects


Ohio’s Energy Loan Fund is now accepting applications for low-interest financing to install efficiency measures that reduce energy by at least 15%. Technical assistance is available to help eligible applicants identify energy efficiency improvements in their facilities and to facilitate the required energy audit. Loan amounts vary depending on the project and can be from $250,000 up to $2 million. To apply, organizations must first register and submit a letter of intent. Qualified applicants who submit a letter of intent will receive written instructions from Ohio Development Services Agency about how to access the online loan application. Program guidelines and the application process can be found here. Questions about the program can be emailed here1/11/2017