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.
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
Over the past few months, PACENation and its members developed four policy recommendations for the Biden Administration and one recommendation for the new Congress. All of our ideas are designed to create jobs, address environmental injustice, and increase investment in building upgrades, especially in underserved
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is a public policy tool established by state statute and enabled by local governments to provide affordable financing to homeowners and businesses for renewable energy, energy efficiency, water conservation, and natural disaster resiliency property improvements. PACE was first signed
Now more than ever, PACE serves as a critical financing option for property owners who need to make their businesses and homes more efficient, healthy and secure OAKLAND, California, May 5, 2020 – PACENation, the nonprofit organization that advocates for expanded access to PACE financing,
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
Across 36 states and the District of Columbia, building upgrades supported by PACE financing have resulted in an estimated 9.1 million metric tons of avoided C02e emissions1 RICHMOND, Virginia, September 17, 2019 – PACENation, the nonprofit organization that advocates for expanded access to PACE financing,