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DLL Named Preferred Provider for Energy-Saving Projects in Michigan

October 31, 2018, 07:10 AM
Filed Under: Program Agreements
Related: DLL, Energy

Michigan Saves has announced a partnership with DLL, naming the global financial solutions provider a preferred source of financing for eligible commercial projects over $250,000.

Michigan Saves is the nation’s first nonprofit green bank, dedicated to making energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements easy and affordable for Michigan energy consumers. Founded in 2009, Michigan Saves has helped more than 15,000 Michigan homeowners and organizations realize their renewable and energy efficiency goals through financing at below-market rates.

 Offering competitive interest rates with terms of up to 120 months, the addition of DLL to the Michigan Saves lending network will make it even easier for Michigan organizations to make energy-focused building and equipment improvements.

"The Michigan Saves team is excited to welcome DLL to our commercial lending network," said Mary Templeton, President and CEO of Michigan Saves. "DLL's customer-focused approach to financing solutions aligns with our high standards of service, and with their support of large projects over $250,000, this partnership will allow us to offer even more lending options to Michigan Saves customers."

“DLL has been a pioneer in the clean technology market for more than 10 years, providing flexible financing programs custom tailored to meet the needs of clean tech manufacturers, energy service companies, contractors and end-users,” said Dave Ingram, U.S. Sales Manager at DLL. “Sustainability is one of the core tenets of our company, so we are thrilled to be partnering with Michigan Saves to help their stakeholders statewide save energy – and money – while reducing their environmental footprint.”

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