Financing & Funding Options

There are many funding options for energy efficiency opportunities. Trane can help you make sense of them.

Whether bold or modest, we’ll match your energy goals to the right financial tools

Improving building performance is a priority for building owners in both the public and private sectors. No wonder. Your building’s HVAC equipment alone consumes up to 40 percent of your energy load, so finding ways to reduce your energy footprint goes right to the bottom line.

But there are costs to every energy efficiency opportunity, and today there are myriad ways to help fund those efforts. Trane can help you make sense of the tools available, and determine which would be the best ways to achieve both your energy and financial objectives.

It all starts with understanding your goals

Whether you are looking for more low-hanging fruit, like more efficient HVAC systems and controls, or looking to generate more long-term sustainability with renewable energy, Trane will start by understanding your goals, outline a course of action and recommend the financial tools to help you reach them.

We’ll align the array of financing options available to your goals

We understand the landscape of financial tools available to you, everything from utility rebates, tax credits and Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loans, to energy service agreements (ESA) , public-private partnerships and innovative renewable investments, like Power Purchasing Agreements (PPA) and Virtual Power Purchasing Agreements (VPPA). You don’t have to chart a path through these complex options on your own.

We’ll not only develop an energy efficiency program that meets your goals, we’ll propose the financial tools best able to help you achieve them, and then help arrange the financing

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Discover financial services that offer the flexibility to help you achieve your building and energy goals.

Customer Stories

  • Arnprior Regional Health

    Arnprior Regional Health's two forty-year-old natural gas steam boilers had become a source of concern for the facility’s owners. Due to their age, reliability was becoming an issue, breakdowns were more frequent, and repair costs were increasing.

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region

    The USFS selected five fire facilities in five National Forests in California for a solar-energy and lighting-upgrade project.

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