Energy-efficiency projects can not only reduce energy bills but also offer non-energy benefits (NEBs). While NEBs may be hard to quantify, they could help tip the scales in getting an energy-efficiency project approved. This downloadable graphic explains some of the possible savings related to NEBs and the ways to account for NEBs in your energy-efficiency project’s cost estimates.

Non-Energy Benefits Can Tip the Scales in Favor of an Energy-Efficiency Project

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In many cases, a proposed energy-efficiency project may not only reduce energy bills, but will offer non-energy benefits (NEBs) as well.