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New Resource Bank Provides OneRoof Energy $2MM in Debt Financing

October 15, 2014, 06:49 AM
Filed Under: Energy

OneRoof Energy, Inc., a residential solar services provider and wholly owned subsidiary of OneRoof Energy Group, Inc., announced that New Resource Bank will provide approximately $2 million in debt financing to lower its cost of funds on a pool of existing projects, freeing up additional working capital for the company. This new lending collaboration between the two companies marks an extension of New Resource Bank's lending portfolio from commercial into residential solar.

"New Resource Bank's mission to advance sustainability through its investments aligns with our commitment to bring more solar solutions to homeowners," commented David Field, president and chief executive officer for OneRoof Energy. "Today's financing helps us lower the overall cost of funds, and in turn, provides more accessible, affordable solar solutions to our customers."

"We're excited to work with OneRoof Energy as a partner in building our residential solar portfolio," said Rob Holden, senior vice president, commercial banking group manager, New Resource Bank. "While we're no stranger to commercial-scale solar, the OneRoof Energy team has made our first residential transaction a smooth addition to our portfolio, and we look forward to working with them on future transactions."

OneRoof Energy Group, Inc., operating through its US subsidiary, OneRoof Energy, Inc., is a complete solar services provider offering homeowners everything from traditional and lease financing, PPAs, solar system design and installation project management to ongoing system monitoring and maintenance services.

New Resource Bank is the premier bank for people who are leading the way to a more sustainable world.

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