Origyn announces the launch of the Decarbonization Energy Infrastructure Fund

Origyn announces the launch of the Decarbonization Energy Infrastructure Fund aimed at reducing the Carbon Footprint of public and private schools while eliminating the CapEx and Debt barrier that prevents schools from reducing their Carbon Footprint.

Origyn (www.Origynintl.com) introduces the Decarbonization Energy Infrastructure Fund to expedite the implementation of energy efficiency upgrades and onsite power generation in schools. Origyn’s team invests in energy infrastructure to decrease carbon footprints and energy consumption for private and public entities, charging a monthly service fee that is less than their previous expenditure through our Energy Savings-as-a-Service platform. This could encompass onsite generation (solar or cogeneration) and energy efficiency solutions.

Gary Horace, Director of Operations, remarked, “To make a significant impact, reducing our carbon footprint will require trillions and trillions of dollars. However, schools must keep their capital focused on education and the future of our children. That’s where our Investment Fund comes in, providing energy upgrades through our Energy Savings-as-a-Service platform with zero capital or debt for the schools. They simply pay a monthly service fee that is less than their current expenditure, along with a substantial carbon reduction for their building. And Origyn takes care of the maintenance and service.”

The Energy Infrastructure Fund covers everything from microgrids to cogeneration, LED lighting, advanced refrigeration solutions, chiller and RTU Optimization for savings up to 50%+ with proven technologies that save energy and reduce carbon footprints. Origyn’s team and partners in this program are members of TIPS (https://www.tips-usa.com/), making it even easier for schools nationwide to access the Energy Infrastructure Fund.

Gary Horace further added, “By eliminating the CapEx barrier for schools, we can achieve their carbon and energy saving goals while preserving their capital for schools to expand their STEM education. Our plans are to provide an Energy Dashboard and share information about projects, including sharing energy calculations with the teachers in math and science. These are our future scientists and engineers. Schools can now be more environmentally responsible and have a reduced impact on their carbon footprint and the electric grid.”