Rolling Out Commercial PACE in NJ in 2018

New Jersey is about to experience a surge of new clean energy projects, unleashing a considerable amount of additional public subsidies and private financing for energy efficiency and renewables. Amendments to NJ’s existing PACE law are being passed in the Read More …

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 …

Dec 15 Webinar to Present the Future of PACE — and What’s Possible Now

More than 140 people attended today’s webinar. We’ll post a link to the recording shortly. PACE, which stands for Property Assessed Clean Energy, represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity for New Jersey. New Jersey already has PACE legislation, but with deficiencies 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 …

Day 3: Helping Energy Services Contractors Sell More Jobs

28 Stories in 28 Days: Day 3 Energy contractors and solar installers face plenty of challenges, and providing their clients with suitable financing is one of the most daunting. It’s easy to work days and sometimes weeks on a proposal, Read More …

Calling for Project Pre-Applications

If you’re an interested property owner, or an energy services contractor or renewable system installer, we invite you to submit a Project Pre-Application to determine your eligibility. There’s no cost to submit the Pre-Application. If your project is deemed eligible, we will Read More …