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In the VSECU Blog you'll find financial and lifestyle resources to help empower possibilities for your personal success.

Mark Kelley

Mark Kelley is an Efficiency Vermont Account Manager working to help small and mid-sized businesses and non-profits throughout central and northern Vermont reduce energy usage and improve their buildings and operations.

By: Mark Kelley

January 8th, 2019

A Free Tool for Assessing the Energy Efficiency of Your Business

Business Development | Energy Savings

Small businesses come in a variety of sizes and types in Vermont. So, it is no wonder that there is no “one-size fits all” solution for energy savings when it comes to how Vermonters make a living. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, “over half of the U.S. workforce either owns or works for a small business.” It’s clear that small businesses, like yours, power our economy. And your business needs power to keep the lights on, to heat and cool, and more. And, chances are you are paying for more energy than you need to get the job done.

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By: Mark Kelley

June 6th, 2016

How to Plan and Pay for Business Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Energy Savings | Credit and Debt | Saving and Budgeting

Mark Kelley is a Program Manager with Efficiency Vermont, where he focuses on energy efficiency financing efforts, in partnership with area lenders like VSECU, to help Vermonters invest in energy saving improvements in their properties. Vermont businesses are cutting overhead, improving the value of their facilities, and creating better environments for customers and staff through cost-effective energy efficiency upgrades to equipment and buildings. Thanks to services from Efficiency Vermont and creative financing from local lenders like VSECU, business operators are making energy saving upgrades that can result in a positive cash flow, a solid return-on-investment, and savings for years to come.

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