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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Green Revolving Funds: An Introductory Guide to Implementation and Management

Title:
Green Revolving Funds: An Introductory Guide to Implementation and Management

Abstract:
Green Revolving Funds: An Introductory Guide to Implementation and Management combines the expertise of energy professionals and college administrators from dozens of institutions to establish best practices. The introductory guide provides a broad overview of the green revolving fund model, practical guidance on how to set up a fund, and examples and best practices gleaned from on-the-ground experience of managing a green revolving fund. Topics covered include: What is a Green Revolving Fund?; The Anatomy of a Green Revolving Fund; 10 Steps to establishing a Successful Green Revolving Fund; Common Obstacles to implementation; Joining The Challenge -- including benefits and cost of participation.

URL:
http://greenbillion.org/resources/#implementation-guide

Source:
Billion Dollar Green Challenge

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2013

Associated Sectors:

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