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California County’s PACE Program Could Get Feisty With Feds

Does a Riverside County, CA, residential energy financing program put thousands of homeowners on a collision course with the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)? In a proposed rule-making, the FHFA has suggested that Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) policies represent a threat to the safety

PACE Program in Michigan expanding!

Lean and green: Ingham County joins new program that helps businesses finance energy efficiency projects! Ingham County became the first countywide government in the state last week to join a program that helps businesses become more energy efficient. The Ingham County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously

PACE deal closed in San Francisco – A Class waterfront property!

San Francisco has launched a green financing PACE program to help its estimated 226 million square feet of large commercial buildings become among the country’s most energy and water efficient. The Port of San Francisco’s historic property at Pier 1, the corporate headquarters of Prologis

The Brookings Institution in Support of PACE…

Congress should enact legislation that supports residential property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs in the nation’s states and metropolitan areas. Along these lines, congressional support of residential PACE programs would: Send a strong signal that the U.S. remains fiercely committed to investing in smart, innovative financing

Bridgeport Hosts C-PACE Matchmaking Forum

The City of Bridgeport and Connecticut’s Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA), as part of the Energize Connecticut initiative, jump-started Connecticut’s Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Program with a matchmaking forum at the Bijou Theatre. The forum brought together energy and finance stakeholders,

PACE and Solar PPA

By combining aspects of property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing and third-party ownership (TPO) businesses are finding a new way to go solar. Vote Solar recently presented a webinar discussing how PACE-TPO hybrids are helping small commercial property owners are using the tools to make

City of Modesto, CA considering PACE

Monday, the City Council’s finance committee heard a presentation from Jenine Windeshausen, treasurer-tax collector of Placer County. That county has done about 20 residential and six commercial projects through its PACE program in 2½ years, the official said. Under the Property Assessed Clean Energy Program,