EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ: IonicBlue, an industry leading provider of Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) and alternative finance solutions for commercial and industrial customers, has announced that they have joined the Green Building Initiative.
Along with continued growth and expansion in the industry, IonicBlue has also been working more closely with various industry organizations to bring about a revolution in financing energy infrastructure projects. IonicBlue provides alternative financing solutions to it’s customers by maximizing project savings, focusing on EBITDA and valuation growth, and concentrating on a more energy efficient and decarbonized infrastructure. Together with their partners, Apollo Global Management and Johnson Controls, IonicBlue sustains a global approach to project structure and finance and leverages this extensive network to drive a lower carbon footprint for all customers.
The Green Building Initiative (GBI) is an international nonprofit organization and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Developer dedicated to reducing climate impacts by improving the built environment. “The GBI mission is intertwined with IonicBlue.”, said CEO John Carroll, “We’re extremely pleased to be a part of the GBI member network and look forward to greater roles in advocacy and government engagement”.