Energy project financing comes in many forms from traditional loans with set interest rates to equipment financing, asset-based lending, lease agreements and efficiency-as-a-service billing. Often times tax incentives and rebates are involved in financing energy projects
either from the utilities, local or federal government. The balance of the project costs are often the biggest hurdle to converting equipment, lighting and power generation sources.
In addition to loans and on-bill financing options, you can search for Energy Investors on Energy Partner Network.