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New Reports on Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Show Healthy Residential Market

Rooftop solar power prices have been dropping. Home energy storage prices have been dropping. New and increasingly compelling electric vehicles keep coming to market. These are cleantech topics that come up daily as these industries keep growing and growing. However, there are transformative elements of the cleantech world that stem from more nuanced business innovations and policies. One of those is Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing.

The DOE’s New PACE Guidelines

After months of review, the DOE’s new PACE Guidelines have finally been released. The USA’s largest Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) providers do not anticipate any complications with the DOE’s new guidelines. Both Renovate America and Ygrene believe they are already in line with most of what the government is suggesting.

Vivint Solar & Renovate America Partnering To Expand Homeowner Access To Rooftop Solar PV Financing

As part of an effort to improve homeowner access to rooftop solar photovoltaic system financing, the residential solar energy systems provider Vivint Solar will be partnering with the residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing provider Renovate America. The partnership will of course see Vivint Solar now offering Renovate America’s … [continued]

85% Of California Can Apply For HERO PACE

Originally published on the ECOreport. Sacramento was one of the 16 cities and five counties that recently adopted the HERO Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program. Now 85% of California can apply for HERO PACE loans. Actually Saving Money Some customers are actually saving money, in terms of their cash flow, by … [continued]

EPA Recognizes Renovate America’s Innovative Partnerships

Originally published on the ECOreport The Environmental Protection Agency recognized three local governments for their “Innovative Partnerships” with a PACE provider in its 2016 Climate Leadership Awards. In the press release, in which the EPA announced awards being given to “One Individual, 13 Organizations, and three Partnerships” across the US, it says: The … [continued]