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By Gary Bullock, George Caraghiaur

ISBN-10: 0881732923

ISBN-13: 9780881732924

ISBN-10: 0881734020

ISBN-13: 9780881734027

A finished textual content at the operation of strength carrier businesses. assurance comprises how ESCOs act as details providers that aid shoppers make higher power purchases and make larger use of amenities, billing companies that permit clients to lessen expenses, and different prone which relate to strength and remedy consumer difficulties. DLC: power industries--Management

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Remediation and abatement of released materials can be extremely expensive. EQUIPMENT OWNERSHIP ESCO documents must clearly establish ownership of the project and the related equipment in the contract documents. Transactions can be structured so that ownership of equipment remains with the ESCO, or ownership can be transferred to the customer. If the ESCO is to retain ownership, it must have appropriate documentation in place to evidence its ownership rights. If the ESCO is retaining a collateral interest (security interest) in the equipment, the ESCO must have an appropriate security agreement with the customer and make the necessary public filings.

Consider the situation where a large industrial cusan tomer has a particular process project which, while attractive to ESCO, fails to meet the industrial customer’s hurdle rate. Hence the project never gets built because it repeatedly fails the company’s investment hurdle rate. , suppose it requires specialized knowledge which only company personnel have or suppose it involves sharing knowledge of highly proprietary information the company does not wish to share), then it won’t getbuilt unless the company does the work.

Savings may be based on a typical use installation that the ESCO maintains for future inspection and proof to consumer watchdogs. Or an ESCO may agree to measure and demonstrate the savings on the customer’s actual equipment, with the provision that if the savings are confirmed, the customer pays for the assessment while if the savings are not confirmed, the ESCO not only pays for the assessment but also makes a cash settlement representing the benefit which the ESCO guaranteed to provide the customer but did not provide.

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