Launching a Coalition for PACE in New Jersey

In the wake of Governor Christie’s conditional veto of A2579/S1510, the action we’re taking is to initiate a coalition of key players to: (a) resolve any issues standing in the way of a new, comprehensive, and workable bill — acceptable 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 …

Invitation to the New Jersey PACE Summit — June 12, 2015, 8 a.m. – Noon

You are invited to be part of a historic summit! New Jersey is on the verge of passing new Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) legislation. Whether you are a mayor, economic development officer, CEO, CFO, builder, developer, property owner, financier, Read More …

C-PACE marks successful first two years

“In just two years, we’ve seen the first securitization of C-PACE transactions in the country and allocated more than $65 million of capital,” says Connecticut Green Bank President Bryan Garcia. Bridgeport News (March 13, 2015): Two years after it was Read More …

Special Address on “Revitalizing, Re-Purposing & Adaptive Re-Use of Stranded Assets” added to NJ Appleseed Sustainable Land Use Event – March 23

New Jersey Appleseed is Pleased to Announce the Addition of an Exciting New Topic Just Added to the March 23rd Land Use & Development Public Policy Forum:  8:45 am – Special Address: Revitalizing, Re-Purposing & Adaptive Re-Use of Stranded Assets Read More …

NJ FUTURE REDEVELOPMENT FORUM 2015 – March 13 in New Brunswick

New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum attracts more than 500 local and state officials, citizen activists, development professionals, architects, attorneys, planners, business leaders and students. Redevelopment allows us to re-use infrastructure, take advantage of historically strategic locations, maintain and improve our communities Read More …

Atlantic City: Jumpstarting Economic Development through PACE

Atlantic City is in the midst of its worst ever economic crisis. With three of its major casinos closing, resulting in the loss of more than 7,500 jobs; with a 29% property tax hike; and a huge decline in the Read More …