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Anthony J. Buonicore, Managing Director, Buonicore Partners
Jessica Bailey, Director, CT PACE
Kerry E. O'Neill, Sr. Advisor, Clean Energy Finance Center
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) tax lien financing programs allow local governments, when authorized by state law, to fund energy efficiency improvements on commercial and industrial properties via an additional assessment (“benefit assessment”) on the property tax bill. 

Author: Anthony J. Buonicore, P.E., BCEE, QED
For several years, it has become increasingly evident to stakeholders in commercial real estate (CRE) that building energy performance can impact property value.
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Energy Savings Insurance and the New ASTM BEPA Standard
Author: Anthony J. Buonicore, P.E.
This paper is focused on how emerging ESO policies can reduce the risk of underperformance from energy efficiency retrofits in commercial buildings.
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Using the New BEPA Standard in Energy Auditing and ECM Performance Evaluation
Author: Anthony J. Buonicore, P.E.
Robert Watson, P.E., C.E.M.

The building energy audit market is in the process of expanding significantly as regulatory, business and a number of other emerging driving forces accelerate its growth in the commercial and public real estate industry.
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Using the New ASTM BEPA Standard in the Property Transaction Market
Author: Anthony J. Buonicore, P.E.
A property transaction involves many players including a seller, a buyer, a lender, an attorney and a number of due diligence consulting service providers.
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The Formidable Challenge of Building Energy Performance Benchmarking
Anthony J. Buonicore, PE, BCEE
Benchmarking is now mandatory in many jurisdictions across the U.S. and spreading rapidly . . .
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Emerging Regulations
Emerging Building Energy Performance Regulations and Industry's Response
Anthony J. Buonicore, PE, BCEE
. . .  evolving legal and regulatory mandates, in addition to common sense economic factors, are driving the inclusion of energy and sustainability issues into the main stream of commercial real estate transactional due diligence.
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