Lean & Green Michigan™ helps commercial, industrial, multifamily and nonprofit property owners finance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that are profitable for all parties – property owners, contractors, financial institutions and local governments.
On June 30, Heller Machine Tools of Troy, Michigan closed financing on a nearly million dollar project. Construction on the project will be completed later this year and will include comprehensive system controls, lighting, and a full upgrade of the HVAC system. Read more in our latest case study.
On June 21, Midland County voted 5-2 to join Lean & Green Michigan. With multiple local businesses asking for the program and with Midland Tomorrow advocating for the establishment of a PACE district, Midland County became the 28th local government and the 19th county to join Lean & Green Michigan.
On April 21, the City of Pontiac joined Lean & Green Michigan, voting unanimously to become the 27th local government to join the program. The decision allows as many as four projects to move forward.
On January 21, PK Housing announced Michigan's first PACE project on a multi-family property at Cambridge Court, PK's apartment complex in Greenville, Michigan. Cambridge Court is not only the first multi-family PACE project in Michigan, but also the first property in the nation to receive approval from the US Department of Agriculture for PACE financing – and the first to combine PACE with a Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) grant.