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Twenty PACE Industry Leaders Adopt Comprehensive Action Plan to Ensure Greater Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Growing PACE Marketplace

The action plan marks another step in PACENation’s multi-year effort to ensure that historically underserved and underrepresented communities are full participants in America’s clean energy future PACENation, the national nonprofit association that works with state and local governments, community organizations, lenders, and small businesses to

Healthy Homes: How a Little-known Delaware Program for Septic Tanks Can Be Replicated to Help Low-Income Families Get Energy Efficiency and Drinking Water Upgrades

PACENation white paper details how Healthy Home Loan Programs can be established without the need for new legislation or appropriations. These programs would provide enormous benefits in low-income communities, including job creation, access to clean energy, improved water quality and reduced pollution PACENation, the nonprofit

PACENation Announces 2020 PACESetters and PACE Champions

Twenty-eight leaders were recognized for their efforts to strengthen the PACE marketplace for local governments and American property owners OAKLAND, CA, August 31, 2020 – PACENation, the nonprofit organization that advocates for expanded access to PACE financing, announced today the recipients of the 2020 PACESetter

Mortgage Lenders See Opportunity in C-PACE Financing

Building owners have long understood the advantages of low-cost, long-term financing through Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE).  A common question from borrowers is – but how will my senior lender look a C-PACE?  C-PACE requires written consent from all secured lenders on the property

Retroactivity: New Use for C-PACE During Challenging Times

Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) is a public/private financing tool authorized by state law that enables private capital – with advantageous terms and conditions – to improve the energy performance of commercial real estate. To date, this financing tool has primarily been used to fund