Signs Now among first to receive boost from Pathway Lending, Nashville Business Journal – 3/29/11

A Nashville manufacturer is among the first to tap a public-private fund that bundles money for energy-efficiency projects. Signs Now, which makes signs of various kinds, has installed solar panels from LightWave Solar after securing a loan of undisclosed size through Pathway Lending. Pathway, a U.S. Treasury-certified community development financial institution, administers a $50 million

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Larisa Brass: Loans aid efficiency upgrades, Knoxville News Sentinel – 2/28/11

Loans designed to make Tennessee businesses more energy-efficient are beginning to do their work even as the organization running the program steps up its applicant recruitment efforts. Pathway Lending launched the $50 million lending program last year with funding from the state, TVA, the Department of Energy, Middle Tennessee-based Pinnacle Financial Partners, the U.S. Economic

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Roger Harris column, Knoxville News Sentinel – 2/06/11

Feb. 6, 2011 (McClatchy-Tribune Regional News delivered by Newstex) — As president of Pathway Lending for the last eight years, Clint Gwin has seen firsthand how difficult it can be for Tennessee entrepreneurs to borrow the money they need to create new jobs and grow their businesses. In his new role as a member of

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Governor, Commissioner Announce New $25 Million Tennessee Small Business Jobs Opportunity Fund, 10/27/10

Public/Private Collaboration to Maximize Statewide Impacts for Job Creation and Business Expansion NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Governor Phil Bredesen and Commissioner Matt Kisber, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, announced today the launch of a new $25 million Tennessee Small Business Jobs Opportunity Fund offering loans to small businesses in all 95 Tennessee counties. The

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State providing $50M in energy-efficiency loans – Nashville Post, 08/25/2010

Pathway Lending to run program that could reduce a building’s total stress on grid by a quarter The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development today announced a new $50 million energy efficiency loan program to help Tennessee businesses finance the purchase of energy-efficient technology, energy retrofits and renewable energy systems. “Our goal is to

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