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Ygrene in the News – December 2016:

Ygrene Energy Fund in Santa Rosa receives $95M investment

Santa Rosa’s Ygrene Energy Fund on Wednesday announced receiving a new investment of $95 million, bringing its total of public and private investments in the fourth quarter to $329 million. Read more →

Santa Rosa’s Ygrene Energy Fund gets $95M more in investment

Lightyear Capital LLC, private equity firm based in New York, today announced it has completed an investment of $95 million in Ygrene Energy Fund, Inc. of Santa Rosa. Read more →

Ygrene Energy Fund receives $95 million investment from Lightyear Capital LLC

On December 21, PACE provider Ygrene Energy Fund Inc., announced a $95 million investment from a fund affiliated with private equity firm Lightyear Capital LLC. Read more →

Santa Rosa’s Ygrene Energy Fund Shifts Leadership Roles

Ygrene Energy Fund, a privately-funded organization which finances projects like energy efficiency, renewables, water conservation, and, in certain areas, hurricane protection, electric vehicle charging stations and seismic upgrades, has changed its CEO and president. Read more →

Ygrene Energy Fund Appoints Rocco Fabiano as CEO

Ygrene Energy Fund, a provider of energy financing, announced that Rocco Fabiano has been named president and chief executive officer. Read more →

Close to Home: Having A Positive Impact on Climate Far Beyond Our Borders

Sonoma County is having a big, positive impact statewide and beyond. Regardless of the nation’s shift in political leadership, this will continue and should because global climate change affects everything, everyone, everywhere. Read more →

Hillsborough Program Would Provide New Way to Finance Energy-Efficiency Upgrades

The County Commission recently signaled that it wants to start a Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, program that allows certain environmentally friendly improvements to be financed through a home or business property tax bill. Read more →