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Elevations municipalities join on 25M grant
BOULDER, Colo. (12/21/11)--Elevations CU, with $1.1 billion in assets, Boulder, Colo., has been selected to participate in a new EnergySmart loan program by Boulder County.

The credit union will provide energy efficiency loans in partnership with the EnergySmart service and the Denver Energy Challenge.

The loans, for energy efficiency upgrades, will help residents, businesses and commercial property owners in Boulder County and Denver make improvements that save energy and money.

EnergySmart is a suite of energy efficiency services available to all residents and businesses in each Boulder County community.

"The EnergySmart loan program is a perfect fit for Elevations, said Jay Champion, Elevations chief lending officer. "Our goal is to provide a seamless process for home owners and commercial building owners to secure financing for energy efficient upgrades. Given recent upgrades to our lending platforms and our footprint in the community, we are confident that this partnership can make a real impact on the program's goals."


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