Roy L Hales of The ECOreport looks at why three Republican senators apply alternate facts to PACE financing. They are trying to pass the Protecting Americans from Credit Exploitation (PACE) Act.


After two years of operation, any concerns that the public held appear to be a thing of the past. County Supervisors Dianne Jacob (at podium) and Dave Roberts (grey suit) recently held a press conference to describe how PACE programs heat up San Diego’s economy.


Astrum Solar and Hudson Clean Energy develop the Simple Solar Loan Program to make it easy for homeowners to go solar with no upfront costs. The application process has also been simplified.


From schools and universities to food banks and museums, Microgrid Solar and U.S. Bank are financing solar installations for over 50 St. Louis area nonprofits -- and increasing solar's visibility in the area.


Solar becomes easier thanks to enACT's new software platform, which allows the CaliforniaFIRST Residential PACE financing program to develop solar proposals in California.


Sol Systems successfully finances Cornell University's Snyder Road Solar Farm. The system received sponsor equity from Building Energy Holding USA and a tax equity investment from Sol Systems.


Enphase creates an end-to-end solution for commercial solar by combining its new commercial microinverter, its O&M service, financing partnerships, and design layout with Folsom Labs.


Sol Systems partners with Washington Gas Energy Systems to provide financing for Valley Baptist Church. The system, which has just come online, has a capacity of 944 kW.


Suniva announces a new partnership with Technology Credit Corporation. The U.S. panel manufacturer will now be able to offer financing solutions to small and medium commercial customers.


Sunnova secures $110 million in financing to use for growing their market base in residential solar. This almost doubles their available funding with $145 million being announced previously.