Energy Tool Base launched its new financing integration partner, Sustainable Capital Finance (SCF), on the ETB Developer platform. This partnership allows ETB Developer users to instantly generate PPA financing quotes for nonprofit C&I and solar+storage projects without leaving the platform through SCF’s industry-leading PPA solution.
Energy Toolbase’s modeling platform helps project developers, energy organizations, and Fortune 500 companies accurately and transparently model the avoided cost of solar + storage projects. Additionally, the software allows users to configure any type of project finance solution, such as cash purchase, PPA, lease, or loan. With ETB Developer’s new finance integration feature, users can seamlessly generate comprehensive finance quotes that are integrated with avoided costs and project cash flow. This allows project developers to streamline their indicative quote generation workflow by eliminating the need to go between multiple applications and ultimately speed up the process of modeling, optimizing their financing solution and deployment of projects.
Sustainable Capital Finance is a third-party financier that works directly with solar integrators and energy consumers to provide PPA solutions for commercial, non-profit and municipal projects. SCF makes PPA financing more accessible to the C&I and non-profit sectors by providing solutions for projects of 100 kW and above. In addition to financing, acquiring and owning projects, SCF develops projects in more than 18 states and works with more than 200 EPC partners and developers.
“We are especially excited to launch our financing integration with an industry leader like Sustainable Capital,” said Matt Cimo, head of platform sales at Energy Toolbase. “Providing a funding option within the platform that serves an industry that previously had very few funding options will be a game changer for our user base.”
Energy Toolbase and Sustainable Capital will organize a online seminar which will examine the new financial integration on August 10 at 3 p.m. ET.
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