As key California disclosure law takes effect and U.S. Department of Energy best practices become industry norm, leading residential PACE provider launches new contractor management system
At the ninth annual Most Admired CEO of the Year Awards, the San Diego Business Journal selected J.P. McNeill out of 150 of San Diego's most impactful business leaders.
PACE loans have gained traction mostly in California – where San Diego-based Renovate America is by far the largest residential PACE financing provider.
Eager to learn more about this rapidly growing market, Stratton Report spoke with Craig Braun, the Managing Director of Capital Markets for Renovate America, Inc.
As mayor, Garcetti promised to create 20,000 clean energy and clean water sector jobs during his first term (2013-2017). In April 2015, he launched the city’s new sustainability plan (the “pLAn”) to reduce city-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2025, and become the first major US city to achieve zero-waste.
Though it is concentrated today in the residential sector, Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing is growing and could eventually be a common vehicle for bankrolling commercial and industrial energy efficiency projects.