Program commits to energy efficiency loans – The Tennessean, 11/17/2012

State, nonprofit join to help businesses invest in money-saving projects Businesses in Nashville and Davidson County have access to $10 million in financing for new energy efficiency projects. The loan program, announced Friday afternoon, is designed to persuade more businesses to make efficiency a priority by offering them low-interest financing. A lot of people have

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Loans available in Memphis for energy conscious businesses, nonprofits

Memphis Commercial Appeal – November, 20 2012 Memphis and Shelby County business can now take advantage of a new program from financial nonprofit, Pathway Lending, that makes available $10 million for loans to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The Tennessee Energy Efficiency Loan Program allows businesses and nonprofits to apply for loans that

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City announces $10M for energy efficiency loans – Knoxville News Sentinel, 11/19/2012

Mayor Unveils $10M loan fund for businesses A new public-private initiative is offering Knoxville businesses a funding source to help finance energy efficiency improvements such as heating system upgrades and building retrofits. Low-interest loans from $25,000 to $2.5 million are available through a partnership between the city and Pathway Lending in what Knoxville Mayor Madeline

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Energy programs good for business – Tennessean.com, 12/28/11

Federal, local incentives boost competitiveness with little upfront cost to owners In tough economic times, no business expense is above examination. Business owners throughout Davidson County are looking for ways to cut even the smallest unnecessary expense in order to stay lean, competitive and strong. Unfortunately, many long-term cost-trimming measures that are smart for business

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Nashville People in Business – Tennessean.com, 12/10/11

Banking The statewide not-for-profit lender Pathway Lending has added Bob Lancaster to help expand management and technical assistance programs and one-on-one strategic planning, management, finance and accounting services. And Chris Williams has been hired to manage the West Tennessee region out of Pathway’s Jackson office.

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People on the Move – Memphis Business Journal Online, 12/07/11

Chris Williams Date added: December 7, 2011 Submission Type: New Hire Current employer: Pathway Lending Current title/position: Regional Program and Client Manager Industry: Banking & Financial Services Position level:  Manager Duties/responsibilities: Chris will serve Nashville-based Pathway Lending as the Regional Program and Client Manager (for West Tenn.) out of the Jackson office. Company headquarters: Nashville

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Pros & Cons – Memphis Business Journal, 11/04/11

…of investing in new manufacturing equipment in the current economy  Amy Bunton Senior vice president Pathway Lending Investing in new equipment is a complex decision with many factors. First, it typically requires large up-front investments, including the design, engineering and installation costs. Production disruptions can occur during installation, so timing is critical. New equipment brings

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