Revolving loan fund would quadruple California’s Prop 39 clean-energy investments

April 18, 2013

A new report by J.R. DeShazo (Luskin School of Public Affairs, departments of Public Policy and Urban Planning, and UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) demonstrates that creating a revolving loan fund to finance clean-energy and energy-efficiency projects could dramatically increase the economic impact of Proposition 39 compared to using grants and rebates.

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