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Discover the latest news about Renovate America’s home-improvement platform, which includes HERO – the nation’s largest form of PACE financing (Property Assessed Clean Energy) – as well as Benji home-improvement loans.

This is where to find updates about communities where HERO is newly available, as well as fresh news about laws that strengthen PACE for homeowners, corporate announcements, and much more.

Showing 6-10 of 11 Results for "July 2016"

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July 19, 2016
The Obama administration unveiled a plan Tuesday aimed at helping middle-class and low-income communities put solar panels on their roofs.
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July 19, 2016
The Federal Housing Administration on Tuesday said it would approve mortgages on properties with energy-related home improvements financed through special tax assessments, marking a turnaround for the agency.
PRESS RELEASE
July 19, 2016
Vivint Solar selects HERO program to finance installations for homeowners who wish to purchase solar energy systems using Property Assessed Clean Energy financing.
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July 14, 2016
Renovate America says its HERO Program has now financed nearly 19,000 residential solar power installations in California, which are projected to generate 3.5 billion kWh of clean electricity during their lifetime. According to the company, this is enough energy to close one coal-fired power plant for a year.
PRESS RELEASE
July 06, 2016
Florida Executives to Lead Expansion of Residential Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing in the State

HERO is a property assessed clean energy financing program administered by Renovate America. Benji refers to two separate financing products: unsecured financing offered through Renovate America Financing and participating home improvement contractors, and secured loans made by Connexus Credit Union, a Wisconsin-chartered credit union. Renovate America Financing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Renovate America. Renovate America and Renovate America Financing are not affiliates of Connexus Credit Union or any home improvement contractors.