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NYCEEC Finances Clean Fuel Conversions Across 6 Bronx Buildings

Nonprofit specialty finance company NYCEEC has provided $1.4 million in loans to six buildings in the Bronx, all managed by Annal Management. The loans will be used for energy efficiency improvements and clean heat conversions on the properties, which were constructed in the 1930s and 1950s.

“New York has an enormous number of small to mid-sized rent-regulated properties,” said Posie Constable, NYCEEC’s director of business development. “This deal shows just how easy it is to make immediate improvements in their energy use and greenhouse gas impact.”

Dual Fuel Corporation was selected to install the new equipment and advanced controls. Construction is expected to be complete by September, in time to take advantage of $250,000 in Con Edison’s fuel conversion incentives. Four of the buildings are due to repay their loans over five years; the other two have six-year windows.

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