Loan Program Returns to Provide Efficiency Financing in the Keystone State

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The Pennsylvania Treasury, in partnership with clean energy finance company Renew Financial and the Energy Programs Consortium, announced it is relaunching the Keystone Home Energy Loan Program, which provides Pennsylvania homeowners with up to $20,000 of affordable financing for home energy efficiency improvements.

Keystone HELP was originally launched in 2006 by energy-efficiency lender and Residential Network member AFC First Financial Corporation, which is now a part of Renew Financial, as a pilot program that was expanded statewide. Approximately 14,000 homeowners were able to borrow up to $15,000 for a range of home energy improvements during the last iteration of the program.

Read more about Keystone HELP’s earlier success and current program features.