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Register today! PACE Training at Wayne State in Detroit

On June 23, Lean & Green Michigan will be offering a training for contractors and others interested in an intensive course on Property Assessed Clean Energy. You can register for the event here.

City of Pontiac Joins PACE Program

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.

Montcalm County Apartments first in USA to Use PACE Financing With USDA Approval

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.

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Crains: Financing programs fund energy efficiency projects in Michigan

Local beer distributor setting the sustainable PACE through groundbreaking renewable energy project (MLIVE)

Montcalm County Home to First PACE Project in US Receiving USDA Approval

Cheers! Beer Distributor First in Oakland County to use PACE

Video: Oakland County's first PACE Project Featured

PACE Doesn't Put Lenders at Risk, Study Finds

Lean & Green PACE project wins award

Bloomfield Township joins Lean & Green Michigan

Bloomfield Township Establishes PACE District

Michigan state agency installs solar panels, expects to save taxpayers $800,000 using PACE

Michigan Agency for Energy and Michigan Public Service Commission Announce PACE Project

Jack Lessenberry on Lean & Green Michigan.

Keeping PACE with the environment.

PACE offers building owners options to upgrade to efficient equipment.

Montcalm County creates PACE district

Lean & Green Michigan Cutting Companies’ Energy Costs

Program offering businesses assistance for green energy upgrades pitched to Kalamazoo County commissioners

Srinergy completes PACE project

Southfield-based 1-800-LAW-FIRM unveils nearly $1 million in clean energy upgrades

The Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA) Recognizes Leadership and Best Energy Projects for 2014

MPSC first energy agency in nation to use innovative PACE financing

Law firm is state's first privately funded PACE project

Michigans Second Privately-Financed PACE Project Makes History

Michigan regulators use PACE to ‘set example’ on efficiency

MPSC uses PACE to make energy efficiency improvements

FoxE Report: PACE program allows for law firm building's green makeover

Easy Loan Brings Clean Energy to Prominent Southfield Building

Royal Oak Sets The PACE For Green Development

Program Lets Business Set PACE on Green Building

PACE is picking up for Michigan efficiency program

Energy upgrade program pitched for Genesee County businesses

Grand Traverse County adopts PACE program

Grand Traverse County invests in energy efficiency

Private Sector PACE Takes Flight in Michigan

Washtenaw County Commission approves new program to assist green energy financing

Washtenaw County Takes More Steps to Create PACE Program

Washtenaw Countywide Energy Program in the Works

5 PACE Programs to Watch in 2014

Wayne County becomes largest local government outside California to create PACE district

Washtenaw County seeks to create PACE program

November 2013 national PACE dashboard

Michigan PACE program growing rapidly, may soon add state’s largest county

Macomb County Establishes Michigan’s Largest PACE Financing District

Texas Eyes PACE Loans to Boost Energy Efficiency

County embraces loan program for ‘green’ buildings

Rochester Hills OKs tax incentives for energy improvements

Andy Levin: ‘Lean & Green’ Can Help Efficiency, Clean Energy Soar

Companies could get help with energy efficiency projects if Saginaw County plan proceeds

Tax Programs to Finance Clean Energy Catch On

Special assessments allow businesses to finance energy-saving upgrades

Andy Levin loan program would create 'green' buildings

In Michigan, a plan to overcome obstacles to PACE financing

Retrofit Financing Made Easier Via PACE Program

A Brisker PACE – 'Tax-Lien' Financing Supports Deeper Retrofits, Longer Paybacks

NextEnergy EE Finance Forum, April 18, 2013

How the US Could Double Energy Efficiency by 2030

Ingham County joins new program that helps businesses finance energy efficiency projects

Geothermal Designs Arise as a Stormproof Resource

Southfield Businesses Get New Tool to Save Energy and Money

Michigan Public Act 270 of 2010

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