By Robert Walton, Contributing Editor, Utility Dive
The legislation includes a $5 million cap on any single PACE bond, but allows for municipalities to fund larger projects following a referendum . . . The market could take hold quickly in Nebraska, Midwest Energy News reports. Two lenders have already indicated an interest in helping fund projects: Pace Equity, focused on commercial projects, and Renovate America, which handles residential PACE loans. Read the entire article here.
About the Author
Robert Walton has spent more than 10 years covering policy, regulation and business in Washington, D.C., with a focus on the natural gas and electric utility industries. In addition to a journalism degree from the University of South Carolina, he has a culinary diploma from the Art Institute of Washington and recently completed a 15,000-mile road trip shooting photographs across the United States.
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