Capital One helped add more than 800MW of clean energy to the grid in major population centers across the country. In early 2019, Capital One partnered with Skyline Renewables to complete the acquisition of four US wind farms, continuing our commitment to be a leading supplier of financing to the renewable energy sector.
Capital One has financed more than $6.5 billion since 2016 in environmentally sustainable multi-family housing projects through the Fannie Mae Green Financing and Freddie Mac Green Advantage® programs.
These programs provide financing for apartment buildings and cooperatives that improve the energy and water efficiency of the buildings.
—Christine McEntee, AGU’s Executive Director and CE
Sustainability and scientific innovation is at the heart of the AGU's headquarters renovation in Washington, D.C., and Capital One is proud to be part of this groundbreaking project by providing the financing for it.
The not-for-profit organization’s renovated headquarters will be a Net zero energy building, which means the building will realize an annual balance between energy demand and the energy created on site.
To achieve net zero energy, AGU is incorporating a variety of sustainable technologies including:
Reopened in 2019, the 62,000-square-foot headquarters has achieved other sustainability goals, such as reusing existing architectural elements, repurposing building materials, and recycling demolition and construction waste.