BluePath: Financing available for Wisconsin energy efficiency projects

Please join Brett Hulsey, MNS, of Better Environmental Solutions, Ed Blume of Energy Consulting Network, and the BluePath Finance team to learn how BluePath can finance your energy efficiency upgrades. BluePath’s tailored solutions provide attractive financing options that enable customers to pay for energy efficient equipment from reduced utility bills and to immediately realize monthly cash flow savings.

Warren C. Jones, CEO
Michael J.J. Cox, CFO
3:30-5:00 p.m., February 14, 2013 Inn on the Park, Madison

BluePath will host a happy hour in the first floor bar area from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Warren and Michael will discuss the financial benefits of energy efficiency upgrades and help get you in contact with their partners for an energy audit. See the attached proforma for a project BluePath is underwriting in the Madison area.

Brett Hulsey of Better Environmental Solutions will discuss how energy efficiency can create jobs and cost-effectively reduce climate change risks using NRDC’s Economic Blueprint for Solving Global Warming.

Following the presentation and discussion, participants can adjourn for happy hour for cocktails and continued energy efficiency discussion.

BluePath provides upfront financing for the installation of energy efficient technologies. BluePath’s tailored solutions enable customers to pay for equipment from reduced utility bills and to immediately realize monthly cash flow savings. Working alongside its energy services channel partners, BluePath targets commercial, industrial, municipal and agricultural end-users. BluePath finances several technologies including lighting, HVAC, industrial equipment and pumping systems typically with $100,000 to $5 million in upfront costs. Enterprises with at least $100,000 per year in energy bills or 100,000 sq. ft. under roof are strong candidates. BluePath has capacity to fund $150 million of energy retrofit projects. For more information, please visit

For information on the event, please contact Ed Blume at 608-225-6591 or email