- Nebraska lawmakers have overwhelmingly passed a measure allowing for Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, a move which could help alleviate heavy up-front costs for some energy efficiency projects, Midwest Energy News reports.
- Senator Heath Mello (D), who sponsored the bill, introduced similar legislation a half dozen years ago but the proposals received little interest, with banking lobbyists opposed to the arrangement.
- The legislation includes a $5 million cap on any single PACE bond, but allows for municipalities to fund larger projects following a referendum.
If you attended our December 15 webinar on “The Future of PACE in New Jersey,” at which we announced the creation of a Coalition for PACE in NJ, to advocate for legislation to enable a robust and trusted PACE industry in New Jersey — thank you.
(If you missed it, you can watch the video here.)
We now inviting you to join the Coalition.
More than 140 people viewed the December 15 Webinar on the Future of PACE in New Jersey. In case you missed it, here’s a recording :
And here are the separate audio track and the slides:
We’ll be posting more content on here very soon. In the meantime email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell us how you’d like to be involved with creating a stakeholder coalition for a viable PACE industry to flourish in New Jersey.