CHICAGO — The Chicago Infrastructure Trust formally launched a search for private market interest in providing up to $100 million of financing for energy-efficiency upgrades to city facilities and schools.

The trust, in conjunction with the city and the Chicago Public Schools, posted a request for qualifications this week seeking statements of interest and qualifications from potential investors by a March 6 deadline. The RFQ is seeking responses from any parties, including investors, energy savings consultants, and retrofit contractors interested in providing financing for projects planned under the umbrella of Retrofit Chicago.

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