Fixed one-off payment project

An investment that the customer finances with their own capital. It is paid once the project is completed.


Monthly repayment scheme project

Funded by LeaseGreen as a hire purchase or service agreement, the customer repays the costs in instalments or in full with the savings made from the project. In the best case scenario, the savings are higher than the monthly repayments.


Life-cycle services

A service provided after the project is completed that ensures that the system built during the project is as highly tuned as possible. It is a separate contract that is usually added onto a one-off or monthly repayment contract.

At its best, the energy efficiency of a property is an investment that pays for itself. The initial investment is large, but it offers a return that is many times that of a regular property investment.

Jonni Ahonen, CEO

SMOOTH IMPLEMENTATION. A contract between the customer and the service provider is the backbone of a successful energy overhaul. LeaseGreen’s contract models are always tailored so that they ensure the benefits to the customer and the smooth implementation of the project.

COMPREHENSIVENESS. The contract models we use can be broken down into three main categories: a fixed one-off project, a monthly repayment project, and life-cycle services. All the contract models are connected by the focus on comprehensiveness. In the contract, we try to include all the key issues that come up in the conception and assessment stages of the project so that we can minimise the amount of extra work.

TRANSPARENCY offers a realistic view of the complete project costs and ensures the smooth progress of the work. The details of the contract do not need to be negotiated as the project proceeds, as all the possible eventualities are counted in the complete package. In the contract we define, amongst other things:

  1. Collaboration framework and objectives
  2. Timeframe and damages for delay
  3. Duration of guarantee and handover
  4. Payment terms
  5. Liability for damages
  6. Insurance and collateral
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