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Simple payback period – defined as the number of years it would take to recover a project’s costs
– is a metric commonly used to evaluate energyefficiency and sustainability investments. While
quick and intuitive, simple payback can lead to suboptimal decisionmaking. By not incorporating
important aspects such as the time value of money, cash flows after the payback period, and how a property’s lease allocates the costs and benefits of an efficiency project, simple payback provides an incomplete view of an investment’s financial return.
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