As governmental units seek to contain operational costs, create jobs, reduce emissions, and save energy through energy-related infrastructure improvements and initiatives, the Public Building Enhanced Energy Efficiency Program (PBEEEP) will provide assistance through an easy access approach that combines expert technical services and financing. Learn More
Any public building project in Minnesota having the purpose of energy-efficiency improvement is eligible for Program participation. The primary activity of the project must be the purchase, installation, or improvement of public building equipment or operations. Once the application process has been completed, the project will be eligible to enter the Screening phase.
Case studies will be made available on PBEEEP projects as they become available. These case studies will high-light PBEEEP project outcomes, PBEEEP project framework and processes, and other project related information. Watch this space for details on forthcoming case studies.
For answers to common questions about PBEEEP, please check out the FAQs
(02-20-2013) (Frequently Asked Questions).
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