Update on PACE Legislation in New Jersey

A number of organizations, including the new Coalition for PACE in New Jersey and ourselves, have been involved in working with the state legislature to craft a new law that will address the Governor’s concerns — as stated in last year’s Read More …

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 …

Business Leaders Urge Gov. Christie to Sign PACE Bill

Further to a broad email campaign by various nonprofit organizations, several key industry leaders have called or written to the Governor, asking him to sign the PACE bill (A2579/S1510), which has been on his desk since June 25. Here’s one Read More …

PACE Bill Passes NJ Legislature with Large Bipartisan Majorities

Along with the State Budget, and a hundred or so other bills, the final version of the PACE amending bill (A2579/S1510) passed with large bipartisan majorities in both houses of the New Jersey Legislature on Thursday (June 25, 2015). In 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 …

PACE Amending Legislation Moves Forward

Legislative Update: Press Release from the Office of Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) MUKHERJI, PINTOR MARIN & EUSTACE BILL TO HELP PROPERTY OWNERS FINANCE FLOOD & HURRICANE RESISTANCE PROJECTS ADVANCES  (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Raj Mukherji, Eliana Pintor Read More …

Two Years After Sandy, Most Municipalities Still Looking for Pathways to Resiliency

According to a recent study by the NJ Resiliency Network: Most at risk municipalities have not adequately assessed their vulnerability, and there is wide variability in the approach and depth of analysis municipalities use when conducting risk and vulnerability assessments. Read More …