What kinds of improvements are eligible for PACE financing?

Per state statute, eligible improvements include:

  • Energy Conservation and Efficiency
  • Includes, but is not limited to, air sealing, installation of insulation, installation of energy-efficient heating, cooling, or ventilation systems, replacement of windows, installation of vehicle charging equipment, installation of energy controls, and installation of efficient lighting equipment.
  • Renewable Energy
  • Includes the installation of a system which uses hydrogen, solar energy, geothermal energy, bioenergy, and/or wind energy to produce electrical, mechanical, or thermal energy.
  • Wind Resistance Improvement
  • Includes, but is not limited to, strengthening the roof deck attachment, creating a secondary water barrier, reinforcing roof-to-wall connections, or installing wind resistant shingles, gable-end bracing, storm shutters, or opening protections.

Please check with each program for complete lists of qualifying improvements.

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1. What is Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)?
2. What kinds of improvements are eligible for PACE financing?
3. What are the benefits of PACE?
4. Is PACE right for me?
5. Will a PACE assessment affect my monthly mortgage payment?
6. How do I qualify for PACE financing?
7. Why do the PACE providers need to pull my credit?
8. What happens if I sell or refinance my property?
9. Can I payoff my PACE assessment early? Are there penalties?
10. What are the interest rates?
11. Can I use any contractor?
12. Are the PACE programs funded/subsidized with City funds?
13. What happens if a PACE assessment is not paid?