Energy Transition Finance, a strategic advisory firm in the energy transition sector, is excited to announce the launch of their innovative Application Assessment Tool, designed to streamline and enhance the application process for the Department of Energy Loan Programs Office (DOE LPO). The new free tool will allow ETF to help emerging clean tech companies catalyze their applications for funding allowing them to grow, scale, and succeed in advancing clean energy solutions to the climate crisis.
This new tool will allow applicants to evaluate their eligibility and readiness for DOE LPO funding, providing a clear pathway and tailored guidance for successful applications. The tool’s user-friendly interface enables efficient navigation through the complexities of the application process, further solidifying ETF’s position as a leading advisory partner for clean energy and decarbonization projects.
“After launching the first project in over a decade to get to financial close using a loan from the DOE Loan Programs Office, I was motivated to help other energy transition projects reach financial close, and started ETF with co-founder Lawrence Quinn of Emerald Operating Partners,” said Paul Browning, ETF’s co-founder. “This free assessment tool allows a client to get a scorecard showing how ready their energy transition project is to meet the DOE’s application requirements, and more importantly, how ready their project is to reach financial close. The comprehensive assessment includes financing, contracting, community outreach, permitting and many other essential project development activities. For clients who decide to use our services, the assessment tool also provides an efficient means for ETF to access the information we need to advise them.”
Energy Transition Finance remains dedicated to fostering the transition to a clean and sustainable energy future and invites interested parties to explore their Application Assessment Tool and funding opportunities.
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