Lauderhill is preparing to give its property owners an opportunity to cost-effectively fund energy-saving retrofits of their homes.
City officials approved extending the benefits of the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program to residential property owners in the city. The city had extended the program to commercial property owners a few years ago.
The program, which offers low-interest financing for hurricane windows, air conditioners, water heaters, pool pumps, solar panels and other energy-saving upgrades to homeowners across the nation, is offered in Florida by the Florida PACE Funding Agency. The financing program is called Evest Florida. Read more.