Alaska Statutes.
Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
Chapter 11. Conservation of Energy and Materials
Section 50. Financing of Energy Efficient Homes and Buildings.
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AS 46.11.050. Financing of Energy Efficient Homes and Buildings.

(a) After December 31, 1980, a financial institution shall take into consideration the economic benefits of alternative energy systems, life-cycle energy costs, energy efficient building design, and energy conservation when financing homes and buildings with state financial assistance.

(b) After December 31, 1980, a financial institution that makes home mortgage loans with money provided to it by the commissioner of revenue from surplus state general fund investments authorized by AS 37.10.070 , or a state agency that makes a direct home mortgage loan to an applicant, shall include estimated heating and lighting costs as determined by an energy audit in standard principal, interest, taxes, and insurance calculation of the cost of buying a housing unit. An applicant for a home mortgage loan shall provide the financial institution or the state agency with a copy of an energy audit.

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