Challenges of getting EE funding for startups part 2

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Lisa Cohn of Energy Efficiency Markets continues her interview with Dan Pauley, principal, American Renewable Energies, about why it’s tough for small- to mid-sized businesses to get startup funding in EE.
:Lisa Cohn from realenergywriters.com interviews William “Bill” DiCroce, chief operating officer of Veolia Energy, about the company’s long-term agreement to operate and maintain the Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP) in Boston, which serves six world-class hospitals. He talks about the advantages of combined heat and power.”]

Challenges of getting EE funding for startups part 2]

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