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Rooftop Solar Solutions for Low-to-Moderate Income Homeowners

IPC brings together partners and capital to provide rooftop solar solutions for low-to-moderate income homeowners. Our team has experience developing successful programs such as the Solar For All campaign which offers a solar lease combined with money-saving energy efficiency measures for even more savings.

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Smart-E Loan Program

A unique, proven loan product that makes green energy home improvements more accessible to homeowners than ever before. The Smart-E Loan platform includes a standardized product offered through a network of local Lenders and vetted Contractors to make it even easier. This loan finances over 40 eligible green energy home improvement projects.

Smart-E Loans program highlights:

          > Standardized loan product:

                > Zero dollar down

                > Low-cost financing

                > Flexible terms

                > 40+ qualifying green energy improvements

          > Lender loan loss reserve

          > Contractor vetting and oversight

          > Suite of successful marketing and outreach strategies

          > NGEN — secure, online project management tool

> Allows partners to have a streamlined, transparent loan process and create job workflows for contractors and
lenders

The Smart-E Loan program is powered by NGEN, the easy-to-use online workflow platform designed to streamline and create transparency during the application process. NGEN provides a secure, online project management tool making it the best choice for lenders, contractors, and energy program providers.

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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 populations. 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 for community solar projects that are breaking new ground with respect to lowering energy burdens for those who need it most IPC is open to underwriting a variety of different approaches that are evolving in this dynamic industry and be creative in how solutions are structured.

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