Nonprofit & Government

Catalyst Construction and Term Loan 

Catalyst provides construction and term financing to decarbonize buildings, improve health, safety, and economics, and comply with local building energy-efficiency requirements. With alternatively secured financing, Catalyst can be used with existing mortgages and other financing that has restrictions on adding new debt. Catalyst Loans can also bridge rebates from utilities and other incentives from the federal Inflation Reduction Act. 

Loans can be repaid partially, and in some cases fully, from energy and operating cost savings that result from the improvements.  

Catalyst is available to buildings owned by nonprofits and municipalities, including community centers and houses of worship. Learn more here 

 

Navigator Pre-Development Loan 

Navigator finances pre-development work necessary to achieve green, high-performing, resilient buildings.  It provides funding to assess, design, and scope energy and resiliency upgrades in nonprofit and municipal owned buildings.  Navigator can be used for new construction and existing buildings.  With a progressive interest rate structure, this flexible loan incentivizes the design of high-performance buildings. 

Navigator is available to buildings owned by nonprofits and municipalities, including community centers and houses of worship. Learn more  here 

  

Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) 

 IPC’s Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) focuses on traditionally underserved project types (unrated credits including nonprofits, municipalities, schools, rural cooperatives, tribal lands, and affordable housing). This solution provides owners with the ability to go solar with no money down, delivering cost savings on “day one” and peace of mind knowing an experienced and mission-aligned third-party owns and operates the PV system to maximize performance and benefits. Learn more here 

 

Community Solar  

IPC provides long term ownership or debt capital to community solar projects that are breaking new ground and making solar accessible to all. Community solar projects often struggle to find reasonable financing terms for projects that serve low- and moderate-income communities. Whether a project is serving the residential sector directly or community-based institutions in underinvested neighborhoods, IPC recognizes that attractive long-term financing is scarce. IPC is open to underwriting a variety of different approaches that are evolving in this dynamic industry and being creative in how solutions are structured. 

Contact us about your community solar project at contact us form.