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Ygrene Energy Fund Senior Vice President Mike Lemyre issued the following statement on the vote taken by the Kern County Board of Supervisors this week regarding PACE programs active in the County

  PRESS STATEMENT:  “While we appreciate the study of PACE by Supervisors, staff and community members, Ygrene is dismayed by the level of anti-competitive and profit-driven rhetoric from local realtor groups. These exaggerations and inaccuracies have led to the recommendation to repeal PACE programs currently available to Kern County residents. PACE makes energy efficient and […] Read more →

PACE energy financing program approved by Dixon City Council

A program giving Dixon property owners the option to apply for financing for energy efficiency improvements received a green light. Read more →

CIT Joins Syndicate Providing Warehouse Upsize to Ygrene Energy

Ygrene Energy Fund, a national provider of residential, commercial and multifamily PACE  financing, upsized its warehouse credit line to $410 million. Read more →

Ygrene Energy Fund to plug HQ into Petaluma to power growth

A decade since a Sonoma County banker switched on what’s now known as property-assessed clean energy, or PACE, loans, this type of financing is forecast to become the nation’s fastest-growing. Read more →

Santa Rosa’s Ygrene Energy Fund names chief revenue, operations officers

Ygrene Energy Fund hired Stephen Tich as chief operating officer of the Santa Rosa-based originator of property-assessed clean energy, or PACE, loans. Read more →

Morningstar rates PACE loans high

Morningstar Credit Ratings said PACE loans present little risk of driving a borrower into a foreclosure, and could bolster property values and save the homeowner money in efficiency improvements. Read more →

Ygrene Energy Fund’s PACE funding program adopted by Berkeley

Ygrene stressed that it had been selected by 320+ cities and counties across California and Florida, making the firm what it described as the nation’s leading multi-state residential and commercial PACE provider. Read more →

3 Misconceptions of PACE Financing

As financing of energy-efficient projects through property assessments becomes more widespread, concerns and misconceptions regarding its use and oversight have become more common. Morningstar Credit Ratings LLC explores three misconceptions it has heard from market participants regarding the residential property assessed clean energy (PACE) sector. Read more →

Hillsborough program would provide new way to finance energy-efficiency upgrades

Hillsborough County is close to creating a new way for property owners to pay for upgrades to make their homes or businesses more energy-efficient or hurricane-resistant. Read more →

4 Ways PACE Can Help You Land Commercial Projects

The property-assessed clean energy (PACE) model is an innovative mechanism for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements on private property. Read more →