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NEIF's Peter Krajsa elected to Energy Efficiency Alliance Board of Directors

National Energy Improvement Fund (NEIF) Co-Chair and Founder, Peter Krajsa, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Energy Efficiency Alliance (EEA)

The Energy Efficiency Alliance is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)3 corporation dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in the Mid-Atlantic through education and awareness. The EEA’s mission is carried out on the ground in Pennsylvania and New Jersey by state affiliate 501(c)6 organizations. Representing more than 70 member businesses, KEEA and EEA-NJ engage with legislative and regulatory bodies to educate decision-makers on the benefits of energy efficiency.

Peter Krajsa was a founding board member of KEEA as well as the national Building Performance Association (BPA), where he continues to serve as a Director. 

The National Energy Improvement Fund, LLC (NEIF) is the nation’s only Certified B Corp™ lender specializing in improvements that make homes and buildings stronger, healthier and more energy-efficient, provided through a national network of contractors, manufacturers, utilities and governments. With a lending heritage dating to 1947, NEIF, founded as a benefit corporation in 2018, provides fair and transparent fixed point-of purchase financing for essential energy and resilience improvements like heating, cooling, roofing, insulation, lighting & battery storage. Founded by energy financing pioneers Peter Krajsa and Matthew Brown the NEIF team has been responsible for over $800 million in financing.  NEIF has completed over 5,000 energy upgrades to date. Supervised and regulated as a consumer lender and servicer in 25 states and operating a commercial financing platform nationally in partnership with 12 utilities, NEIF was named a Home Improvement Expert Partner by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2019.