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Federal Flood help denied, City offers loans

Millions of dollars in damage from the 2014 Floods is not enough to get state and federal aid.  The City of La Quinta’s request for emergency funds after the September flash flood got denied, now business and home owners are left with few options to rebuild. Read more →

CV Upgrade Program to Assist Coachella Valley Residents Affected by Devastating Flash Flood

Ygrene’s Clean Energy P.A.C.E. Program Provides Immediately Available Funding Assistance to Enable Local Residents To Recover From Storm Damage. The City of La Quinta, the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) and Ygrene Energy Fund, the Valley’s provider of residential and commercial property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing, announced today special assistance to residents affected by […] Read more →

Miami Springs Senior Center beneficiary of large state grant

Miami Springs becomes the 14th city in Miami-Dade County to offer the PACE financing program through Ygrene, the administrator of the program where Perez works as the regional manager in South Florida. Read more →

Palm Springs residents warming up to solar program

The solar panels installed on the Palm Springs home of Steven Rockwell and Michael Glenner on Friday are the first to be financed through the Coachella Valley’s long-awaited regional energy loan program. Read more →

Ygrene snares $30 million investment for green energy company

Santa Rosa’s Ygrene Energy Fund has received a $30 million investment to expand its operations nationally and spread the word about its business model, which helps property owners install green energy systems without huge upfront costs. Read more →

Ygrene Funds Florida’s First PACE Projects

Ygrene Energy Fund Florida, the leading provider of property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs for local governments in Florida, today announced it has funded the first PACE projects in the state. This is a major milestone for Florida and signifies a new era of property improvement and job creation opportunities for cities and counties across […] Read more →

Tax Plan to Turn Old Buildings ‘Green’ Finds Favor

New York Times: A business consortium that includes Lockheed Martin and Barclays bank plans to invest as much as $650 million over the next few years to slash the energy consumption of buildings in the Miami and Sacramento areas. Read more →