ThinkBox to Provide Free Assistance to District of Columbia Building Owners to Capture Public Funding for Critical Infrastructure Project

Sustainable Funding

Washington, D.C. –The District of Columbia currently has funding available from various programs to assist building owners in making critical upgrades to appliances, thermostats, lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water, refrigeration, and other eligible equipment. D.C. Building owners are invited to complete a short pre‐qualification survey by visiting by July 23, 2020 at 1pm.

ThinkBox is offering a free pre‐screening to assist building owners in determining eligibility for funding. If selected, ThinkBox will organize the details, submit the paperwork, and help pre‐qualified companies manage projects to completion. Pre‐screening and funding opportunities are limited. Projects will be evaluated on a rolling basis until capacity is reached.

ThinkBox has successfully captured over $3.4 million in funding from the District in fiscal year 2020. ThinkBox’s services will provide eligible building owners with a turnkey and streamlined process to secure funding to increase energy efficiency and decrease carbon emissions. The funds cover 90% of improvement costs and 100% of lighting upgrade costs.

Since 1995, ThinkBox Group, LLC. (ThinkBox) has provided over $150 million in Sustainability as a Service projects to clients across the United States. ThinkBox develops sustainable projects that fix critically aging equipment in buildings, generate renewable power, upgrade operations technology, create healthier environments, and reinvest in local communities. For more information about ThinkBox, please visit

For more information, contact: R. Denise Everson, [email protected]