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PACENation is the national nonprofit association that advocates for PACE financing

Our members enable millions of American property owners to increase the efficiency and resilience of their homes and businesses

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PACE’s impact

152k
152k
Job-years created
$18.7B
$18.7B
Economic impact
$9.3B
$9.3B
dollars invested
308k
308k
projects completed
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Let’s build the PACE market together.

PACE is working for homeowners and commercial building owners. Join us in bringing PACE to every city in America — watch our video to learn more.

Why join PACENation?

Members gain access to exclusive content and market data, expanded networking opportunities, and the ability to engage with the PACE community in mission-driven initiatives.

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Access PACE market data, join our Monthly Member Calls, view our entire library of webinars and videos, and more.

 

Partner with PACENation by joining our leadership council, participate in policy efforts and other mission-driven initiatives including Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Get discounts on the annual PACENation Summit and Regional Conferences, consideration for panel and speaking opportunities at all events, and more members-only perks.

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Recent PACE News

We’re hiring a Communications and Membership Associate

Download this job description (pdf). About PACENation PACENation is the national nonprofit association that works alongside policymakers and community stakeholders to strengthen and expand access to assessment-based financing for energy efficiency, clean energy, clean drinking water, and resilience against natural disasters. Our 200+ membership community includes state and local governments, environmental and faith-based organizations, energy […]

Building Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Into the PACE Marketplace Will be Hard Work, but We’re Rolling Up Our Sleeves

As a professional environmentalist for close to three decades, equity has been a centerpiece of my work.  During 18 years at a non-profit environmental organization I helped to ensure that billions of dollars spent on affordable housing nationwide would be invested in energy-efficient, green projects.  In 2006 I worked alongside State Senator Fran Pavley in […]

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