Today more than 85% of energy efficiency projects are still funded through company capital budgets. However, 77% of identified opportunities don’t get implemented due to lack of capital being available. But the Chateau team knows this isn’t necessary. The dependence on cash flow can be a major limitation for the implementation of efficiency programs, making the creation of a new and more attractive financing option a necessity.
And Chateau found it in Energy Efficiency-as-a-Service (EaaS).
Chateau’s EaaS program is the ideal way to implement sustainable solutions without any up-front costs. Instead of purchasing new equipment with capital expenditure, EaaS unlocks available net profits from new efficiencies immediately. The idea is simple. Chateau maintains the update and monitors its performance, while you use measurable energy savings generated by the upgrade to stay cash flow positive.
Easy, isn’t it?