PACENation is movement of people and organizations who are joined in their support for PACE financing. Members may have different individual goals, but they share a desire to create energy and resource-efficient communities. You, your colleagues, and the organizations you represent are invited to join and lend your voices to thousands of others. Becoming a member of PACENation reflects a commitment to our shared objective: making PACE financing available throughout the United States.
Colin Bishopp is the Executive Director of PACENation, the national non profit organization that works to expand access to Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE. PACE is a voluntary financing option that allows property owners to make critical energy, water and resilience upgrades to their homes and businesses. Prior to joining PACENation, Colin served in senior leadership roles at Renew Financial and the U.S. Department of Energy. In 2016, Colin received a Fulbright to lead a seminar on clean energy finance at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business. Colin earned his master’s degree at the University of Chicago and his bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Berkeley.
Director, Market Research
Mike Centore is Director of Market Research at PACENation, where he leads PACENation’s data-focused efforts to track national PACE market developments and communicate research to PACENation’s members. Before joining PACENation, Mike was introduced to the clean energy field through internships with the Environmental Defense Fund and Context, a sustainability consultancy. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Economics from Rutgers University and a Certificate in Financing and Deploying Clean Energy from Yale University.
Mary recently joined PACENation as Deputy Director after having been a consultant to the organization since 2019. She comes to PACENation with over two decades of experience leading advocacy efforts on environmental sustainability initiatives focused on clean energy, green building and climate policy at Global Green USA, the US arm of the environmental NGO founded by Mikhail Gorbachev. Prior to that, Mary spent eight years as a Congressional staffer working on a variety of legislative issues including environmental/natural resources, small business and technology. Mary has also served on several Boards and Commissions including the City of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Commission and the California Coastal Commission. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science/International Relations from UCLA and completed the Congressional Research Service’s Graduate Legislative Institute in Washington, DC.
Counterpointe Sustainable Real Estate
Sustainable Capital Advisors
Vice Chair and Governance Subcommittee Chair
Bricker & Eckler
National League of Cities
Foley & Lardner
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Erin L. Deady, P.A.
Keith den Hollander
Christian Coalition of America
Cook County Planning and Development: Economic Development Division
Petros PACE Finance
Natural Resources Defense Council
CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital
California Statewide Communities Development Authority
Connecticut Green Bank
Treasurer and Finance Subcommittee Chair
Virginia PACE Authority
PACE Loan Group
New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC)
Development Subcommittee Chair