New Jersey PACE Bill Moves Forward — Cautiously

Update:The new Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) legislation — Senate Bill S1611— has been approved unanimously by the Senate Environment & Energy Committee, and is now moving to the Senate  Appropriations Committee, which may recommend some technical changes. Based on Read More …

Latest Update on U.S. East Coast Markets for Solar and Energy Storage April 4 NYC

Commercial solar and energy storage are stronger than ever, despite the political climate in the U.S. The Trump Administration presents new challenges to advancing a clean energy economy with funding cuts and policy changes, while new opportunities abound at the Read More …

Intersolar Conference Update: NJPACE Supporters Get 10% Discount

NJPACE members receive a 10% discount. Use code NP-SummitUSA10 to register with the discount. The best place to discover the East Coast markets — New York just announced a 1,000 percentage increase in solar power in six years, with another Read More …

Transitioning NJ to 100% Renewables: February 28 Event at Rutgers

Our friends at Food and Water Watch write: With every year of delayed action, we move closer to runaway climate catastrophe. Pollution from our current energy system is already taking a massive toll on our public health and safety, with Read More …

NJPACE 2018 Update & Solar Conference Opportunity

Good News for PACE Stakeholders in New Jersey NJ Governor Phil Murphy supports PACE Property Assessed Clean Energy Dateline February 8, 2018 We expect the Governor to sign a PACE bill, soon, enabling the advantageous financing of commercial clean energy Read More …

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 private financing for energy efficiency and renewables. Amendments to NJ’s existing PACE law are being passed in the NJ Legislature this 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 …

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 …