Financing & Revenue Optimization

Financing and Revenue Optimization

Willdan Connects You with Financing Options

Willdan works side-by-side with our clients to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and credibility by providing strategies to generate revenue, augment administrative capacity, and foster vibrant businesses and communities. We regularly connect clients to project financing opportunities such as Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), on-bill financing, grants, and rebates and incentives offered by local utilities or outside programs. We can help scope the right materials and labor for a project, incorporate energy-saving measures that offset costs, and perform feasibility studies to assess revenue-making options for community choice aggregation and microgrid projects.

We provide financial expertise in consulting counties and administration services for special financing districts. Our expertise includes post-issuance compliance reporting, with specific attention to requirements for continuing disclosure and arbitrage rebate. We also provide rate studies and asset valuations support, as well as software expertise to support financial assessment, reporting, and energy grid planning.

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We’ve helped customers obtain over $685 million in incentives and rebates for energy efficiency projects.

North Clackamas Aquatic Park Project Funding Assistance

North Clackamas Aquatic Park - Milwaukie, OR

Project Funding Assistance Through Energy Savings

The North Clackamas Aquatic Park is an interactive water play adventure that features a 400,000-gallon wave swimming pool, three water slides, a 29-foot rock climbing wall, a toddler splash zone, a six-lane lap pool, and a 13-foot diving well. Willdan performed an energy audit and developed a contract to install new equipment to replace outdated boilers, lighting, and controls. The upgrades have allowed the owner of North Clackamas Aquatic Park to cut energy and operating costs while improving the quality of its aquatic park and maintenance practice environments. In the first year, the park saved more than $56,000 in energy-related costs. Annual energy consumption was reduced by approximately 297,675 kilowatt-hours and 37,387 therms, decreasing utility bills by more than 20 percent.

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We've developed revenue optimization strategies for clients and connected them to financing options and for their most important projects. Our clients span the following markets.