Energy Toolbase continues to grow the financing options within its ETB Developer platform, this week teaming with Luminia to allow for in-platform PPAs and Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan financing for commercial solar, energy storage, and energy efficiency projects.
Luminia connects C&I property owners with a broad range of financing solutions via its proprietary technology platform to enable the deployment of solar, energy storage, EV charging stations, and other energy efficiency upgrades without any upfront payment.
Luminia’s Clean Energy PPA is a stand out. It eliminates many of the traditional qualifying barriers for renewable energy finance and has been leveraged by partners across the country to fund solar and energy efficiency projects to an expansive customer base.
“Luminia has an outstanding track record of financing commercial projects in our industry, and we’re very excited to have them on the platform,” said Scott D’Ambrosio, Vice President of Sales at Energy Toolbase. “The unique solution and financing options that they provide to commercial developers will open more doors for getting projects to the finish line.”
Energy Toolbase’s ETB Developer models the avoided cost of solar and energy storage projects. The integration, hosted directly within the platform, gives users additional options for financing and access to quick quotes. The quotes are generated instantly after a few clicks.
“We are thrilled to integrate our Clean Energy PPA and full suite of financing products into the Energy Toolbase platform, making it easier for renewable energy developers to bring more sustainable energy projects to completion through more accessible financing options,” said David Field, co-managing partner of Luminia. “Eliminating the barriers associated with commercial solar is critical in achieving large-scale solar adoption, and that’s what we’ve set out to do with our financing solutions.”
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