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The PACE Program: Save Money on Your Energy Costs Now

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Are you looking for ways to save on your energy costs? Chances are that even if you aren’t, you certainly won’t turn down ideas on how to do so. One way you can save money both now and in the long run is by taking part in the PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) program.

This model is an economically and environmentally sound method for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades to your California home. When authorized by state law, programs such as this one enable local and state governments, and other inter-jurisdictional authorities, to fund the initial cost of energy improvement on residential and commercial properties. Over time, you pay back these costs through your property taxes, but you also receive tax benefits for making these upgrades.

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PACE Financing: What It Is and How It Benefits You

Monday, October 24th, 2016

It’s never the wrong time of year to learn about how you can save money on your energy costs. One way to do this is through the California PACE (Property-Assessed Clean Energy) program. This program serves as a catalyst for financing renewable energy improvements as well as energy efficiency improvements on residential or private properties.

The PACE program, which authorized by state law as it is in California currently, enables state and local governments or other inter-jurisdictional authorities to supply the funds needed for the upfront cost of energy improvements on both residential and commercial properties. These funds can be paid back over time by the property owners. The program is designed to help promote energy efficiency, water conservation, and renewable energy projects.

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What Is the PACE Energy Program and How Can Homeowners Take Advantage?

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Have you heard about California PACE energy program? PACE stands for Property-Assessed Clean Energy, and this program serves as a mechanism for financing energy-efficient and renewable energy improvements on private properties.

When authorized by state law—as it is now in California—the PACE program allows local and state governments or other inter-jurisdictional authorities to fund the up-front cost of energy improvements on both commercial and residential properties, which can then be paid back over time by property owners.

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