PACE in Kentucky: Three more cities pass PACE legislation Owensboro, Greensburg, and Greenville can be added to the list of Kentucky cities that have approved the creation of PACE or EPAD districts for non-residential property owners. They join Covington, Bellevue, and Bowling Green which each approved legislation in 2015. If you would like to learn more […]
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PACE in Kentucky: GC-PACE finances 1st PACE project in the State of Kentucky The Energy Alliance recently announced the completion of the first project in Kentucky under its GC-PACE program. Working in cooperation with the City of Covington and the owner of the Ivy Knoll Senior Living Community, the project is the first in the state to […]
PACE Nationally: Project unlocks PACE funding for affordable housing PACE financing has typically been restricted to commercial property owners interested in making energy related improvements to their buildings. However, our fiends at DC PACE in Washington, DC may have just established a precedent for using PACE to bring clean energy’s economic benefits to affordable housing across America. […]