From low interest loans to financing and tax credit programs,
we can help get you........
Closer to Profits!
Revolving Loan Program and Documents
Downtown Loan Program
Available for businesses in the
Business Improvement District
(Main Street Program) - 3% fixed rate for up to 8 years. Other terms and
Economic Development Tax Credit Program
NOTE: This program replaces the five former state tax
credit programs - Airport Development Zone, Agricultural Development
Zone, Community Development Zone, Enterprise Development Zone and
Technology Zone programs. It offers nonrefundable and nontransferable
tax credits for:
Application materials can be obtained by contacting the Department of
Area Development Managers. For additional information about the
Economic Development Tax Credit program, contact Todd Jensen at
Utility Incentive Programs
Two Rivers Water & Light has several programs for commercial and
industrial customers to help save money through improved energy
efficiency. Whether you’re upgrading equipment, renovating your
facility, thinking about expanding or simply looking to reduce your
energy costs, give them a call.
Efficiency Improvement Incentive - Enhance energy efficiency,
improve your bottom line.
New Construction Program - Works with building owners,
developers, design professionals, and construction contractors to
deliver a high performance building.
RFP for Energy Efficiency - Up to $250,000 in incentives in each
bidding cycle. The RFP seeks large efficiency projects from large
commercial and industrial customers.
Backup Generator Program - Cost-effective solutions to your
electric reliability needs. Through WPPI, this program can install, own,
operate and service a backup generator at your business.
Other Utility Programs for Your Business
Assistance and Templates
Business Plan Template
Sample Loan Application Cover Letter
Guide to a Marketing & Action Plan
Sample Balance Sheet & Income Statement
Personal Financial Statement
Tax Incremental Financing
Two Rivers Main Street
Success is Likely
The number of failed business
start-ups is highly exaggerated, according to research by
They found that 65% of new businesses
were still operating after four years. About 1/3 of the businesses that
show up in the statistics as failures were considered to be successful by
the owners. Many sold their businesses or closed them to retire or pursue