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Impact CD update: spring 2014

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The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic products or nonprofit organizations. In the first quarter of 2014, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by lending to nonprofits and organic products companies.

 

 

Bank Takes Innovative Approaches to Financing Energy Efficiency

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Making buildings more energy efficient is one of the most effective and immediate actions we can take to reduce climate-changing greenhouse gas emissions. Yet, despite rapid innovation in building technology, the pace of retrofits has been painfully slow.

New Resource Bank is tackling the problem with innovative solutions to one of the biggest roadblocks: the lack of practical financing options.

Impact CD update: winter 2014

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The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic products or nonprofit organizations. In the fourth quarter of 2013, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by nonprofit and organics lending.

 

 

Meet your bankers: Skyler Webster

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We’re proud that customers rave about New Resource Bank’s great service, and thought you might like to get to know some of the people who make it happen behind the scenes. Next up in our occasional series of “meet your bankers” interviews: Skyler Webster, a commercial relationship manager who joined our team last year.

 

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Impact CD update: fall 2013

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The New Resource Bank Impact CD lets investors choose one of three key sustainability-related sectors to support with their deposits: solar and other alternative energy projects, organic products or nonprofit organizations. In the third quarter of 2013, solar and alternative energy lending remained the most popular choice, followed by nonprofit and organics lending.

 

New Resource powers ahead with biofuels projects

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Biofuels are among the promising solutions to our energy and climate problems, but fuel production projects are complex, and getting them off the ground requires savvy financing. New Resource is working with several clients on projects that illustrate the challenges and potential.

New Resource puts wheels on Ecology Center’s fleet renewal

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The Ecology Center in Berkeley has grand dreams. Its mission is to build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California and beyond. Since its inception in 1969, the organization has been working steadily toward those goals. From farmers’ markets and the Farm Fresh Choice food justice program to its EcoHouse, which demonstrates the viability of carbon-neutral living, the Ecology Center is leading the way in practical approaches to sustainability.

ATM deposit network adds 55 more machines

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New Resource Bank has joined two ATM shared deposit networks that allow customers to deposit checks or cash at a variety of ATMs around the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country.

Secrets of success: how Wild Planet grew from $2 million to $60 million

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Wild Planet Foods, a provider of sustainably caught wild seafood, grew from $2 million in revenue in 2008 to $20 million in 2010 and $60 million today—without compromising on its mission. How’d the company do it?

New Resource client Flora Grubb receives Martha Stewart American Made Award

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Flora Grubb, owner of Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco’s Bayview District, was honored with one of the first American Made Awards, presented by Martha Stewart. One of 11 honorees chosen from among 100 finalists, Flora was recognized as an entrepreneur and artisan in the garden category. She and her fellow honorees are profiled in the November issue of Martha Stewart Living.

 

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