A Message from Two Mayors about PACE

The Hill, a web site covering Congress, politics, political campaigns and Capitol Hill, recently posted an opinion piece titled “Congress should let local communities set their own PACE,” written by Mayor Jeri Muoio Ph.D. (D), of West Palm Beach, Florida. and Mayor Rex Parris Read More …

PACE Loans “Nothing Like Subprime Mortgages”

The Wall Street Journal recently published a story, picked up by dozens of other websites — with the ridiculously-sensationalist title, “America’s Fastest-Growing Loan Category Has Eerie Echoes of Subprime Crisis” — claiming that PACE loans are, in the words of the Read More …

“PACE Doesn’t Put Lenders at Risk,” Study Says

A recent post by Katherine Tweed in Greentech Media reports the results of a study intended to determine if having a PACE Assessment on the property adversely affects the existing mortgage lender. Here are a couple of excerpts (read the Read More …

Understanding the Conditional Veto of PACE in NJ

The following is the text of a public statement being distributed by NJPACE at this week’s NJ State League of Municipalities Convention in Atlantic City. You can download the PDF here. For the past three years, New Jersey PACE, a Read More …

NJ PACE 2015 Summit to Focus on What’s Possible for New Jersey

The theme of this year’s New Jersey PACE Summit is “PACE: what’s possible for New Jersey?” The subtitle gives part of the answer: “Resiliency • Clean Energy • Jobs”— these are the major elements of the story, that will be explored at Read More …

“PACE didn’t just grow in 2014 — it exploded”

Under the headline “Nearly $1B Available for PACE Projects in 2014,” Katherine Tweed of Greentech Media reports that Property-assessed clean energy loan (PACE) programs for both residential and commercial sectors are booming in 2014, with much more growth to come in 2015. Read More …

NJPACE: Atlantic City Press Release

Press Release (last updated: Thursday, September 4, 2014) “The opportunity is for Atlantic City’s major property owners to save significant amounts of money on ever-increasing energy costs – while creating jobs and reducing carbon pollution. New Jersey PACE, a 501(c)(3), Read More …