BlocPower.org & Kiva Zip: Helping communities Stop Overpaying for Energy

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  • 1. How local community‘Blocs’ can help each otherstop overpaying for energy+
  • 2. +theneedProperty owners, small business and nonprofits in underserved communities continue tooverpay for energy because:1) not engaged, thus not aware- communities where retrofit savings benefit most areoften the last to be engaged2) challenges financing upfront investment $1,000-$10,000- ‘too risky’ for banks,borrower due diligence too costly/too little dataBlocPower will work through community leaders leaders to aggregate “blocs” ofsmall businesses and property owners:-1) Negotiate pricing discounts2) Create peer to peer social pressure for repayment3) Hire local unemployed residents for product installation4) Negotiate/structure partnerships for 0%/low interest financingKiva Zip partners community leaders, nonprofits and grassroot organizations toendorse small business owners of “trustworthy character” for 0% interestcapital:-• 0% interest microloans entirely crowdfunded online ($5000, $10,000, $20,000)• Unique: Pure character-based lending, designed to help small businesses and borrowerswith damaged credit and/or ‘too risky’ for traditional lending• “Lending based on Trust and Good Faith” - no credit score, no collections agency• Successfully funded 821 small businesses in 16 months, 226 in the US (99.5% funding rate,90% repayment rate)• Pays for monthly installments (principal only) out of monthly energy savings+
  • 3. CommunityCommunityor Faith basedor Faith basedorganizationsorganizationsagree toagree tobecome a Kivabecome a KivaZip trusteesZip trusteesWorking together as a community to lower energy costsfor neighboring businesses, property owners, churchesand non-profits in low income areas:HOW IT WOULD WORKBlocPowerBlocPoweridentifies propertyidentifies propertyowners whose nettowners whose nettmonthly energymonthly energysavings > monthlysavings > monthlyinstallments on theinstallments on theloansloansTrustee orgsTrustee orgsendorses thoseendorses thosebusiness/buildingbusiness/buildingowners in theirowners in theircommunity for upcommunity for upto $5000 loans toto $5000 loans topay for retrofitspay for retrofitsKiva LendersKiva Lendersfund the upfrontfund the upfrontcost of retrofits viacost of retrofits via0% interest loans0% interest loansto building ownersto building ownersBuilding/BusinesBuilding/Business ownerss owners pay Kivapay Kivalenders backlenders backprincipal only (noprincipal only (nointerest or fees) ininterest or fees) inequal 24 mthequal 24 mthinstallments.installments.Pocket the nettPocket the nettsavings.savings.11 22 33 44 55
  • 4. What an Kiva Zip character loan endorsement looks like
  • 5. Contacts at Kiva (after Sulin leaves NY)Justin Renfro justin@kiva.orgJonny Price jonny@kiva.orgContacts at BlocPowerDonnel Baird, Founder Donnel.Baird@gmail.comKeith Kinch, CCO & Director of Faith Based OutreachKLKinch@gmail.com
  • 6. Contacts at Kiva (after Sulin leaves NY)Justin Renfro justin@kiva.orgJonny Price jonny@kiva.orgContacts at BlocPowerDonnel Baird, Founder Donnel.Baird@gmail.comKeith Kinch, CCO & Director of Faith Based OutreachKLKinch@gmail.com