PACE stands for Property Assessed Clean Energy. It is another method of financing which will allow homeowners to invest in efficiency or renewable energy improvements to their homes through on a special assessment tied to the property. The creation of a PACE district is the first step in making PACE available to eligible residential homeowners in the municipality.
Resources for PACE Town Administrators
Interested in becoming a PACE District?
The documents in this PDF will help you decide if PACE is right for your town, and how to put it on your town’s ballot.
Did your town just vote and approve PACE? Congratulations, you are now a PACE District!
If you have not already done so, please contact PACE@efficiencyvermont.com and notify us of your successful PACE vote, and sign up to receive email updates.
You have a choice: will you have Efficiency Vermont administer your town’s program or would you like to do it yourself? An informational webinar will be offered in the coming weeks to discuss the steps of formally adopting a program and deciding how PACE will be administered in your town.
More resources for towns:
- PACE Vermont wiki site - this wiki provides Vermont officials and energy advocates with current information about the status of PACE in Vermont, sample documents, tools for assisting municipalities with adopting and implementing PACE districts, a discussion board to share questions and solutions and links to background resources.
View a recorded webinar about PACE (recorded August, 2013).
Title: Pace Program Adoption and Implementation
Presenters: Lani Malapan
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