Energize NY now offers two PACE financing products
Energize NY now offers two PACE financing products
EIC has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) seeking capital providers and project developers
Twenty-four municipalities attended the 2017 Annual Meeting of Members in March 2017.
Energize NY PACE program launches in Broome County
Drum Hill Senior Living, which provides affordable, independent living for seniors, completed $429,000 in energy efficiency and lighting upgrades, using 20-year Energize NY PACE financing.
Energize NY’s Executive Director, Mark Thielking, will speak on the “Designing Solutions Customers Want” panel at Greentech Media’s New York REV Future 2016, Sept 28.
Suffolk County is the newest and largest municipality to join Energize NY, being the fourth largest county in New York State with a population of 1.5 million.
PACEnation press release on HUD guidance regarding PACE, impacts residential PACE market
“The City of Middletown is the latest to join the sustainable energy loan program as part of Energize NY, a statewide effort.”
Reverend Dr. George Oonnoonny, who leads the St. Christopher-St. Patrick Parish’s 4,000-members, felt that going solar was in keeping with the Church’s mission to protect the environment and reduce the effects on climate change by using more sustainable sources of energy.
Energize NY Finances Solar Panels for a St. Christopher Catholic Church, Serving the Church’s Mission and its Financial Needs
Energize NY was honored by a proclamation from the Westchester Board of Legislators
Energy Improvement Corporation (EIC) elected two new members to its Board at its Fourth Annual Meeting of Members on April 6, 2016…
Energize NY Executive Director, Mark Thielking and Bracken Hendricks of the Washington DC PACE program and Urban Ingenuity, led a discussion of the power of PACE financing for not-for-profits and affordable housing agencies at the PACE Nation conference held in Denver, CO in early March.
Tompkins County with City of Ithaca and Ulster County with City of Kingston join Energize NY! P.A.C.E. Finance now available to more building owners in NY State for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Energize NY’s executive director Mark Thielking will be a part of the ‘Reforming the Energy Vision’s (REV’s) Effect on You’ panel, along with NYSERDA’s Greg Hale and Richard Berkley, Public Utility Law Project. Use the Energize NY $50 discount code.
The new solar panels on the roof of Terra Tile & Marble’s 30,000 square foot headquarters in the Town of Ossining are supplying nearly 100% of Terra Tile’s electricity needs.
A July 21 press event marked a milestone achievement in clean energy financing with the completion of the first PACE loan to finance energy improvements for affordable housing in NY State.
First Energize NY financed solar project featured in Hudson Valley TV spot
Leaders from across the state join Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio in pop-up event, featuring 5 Spoke Creamery’s 100% solar powered dairy farm. The solar installation is the first commercial project in NY State financed with Energize NY(tm) PACE Finance.
The next PACE training will be held June 18 and is hosted by the Central NY Regional Planning and Development Board in Syracuse, NY.
Suffolk County legislature’s Environment, Planning and Agriculture Committee accepted a 95-page Climate Action Plan at its meeting on Monday, which includes the Energize NY Finance program. It will now go in front of the full legislature for review.
Public hearing scheduled for May 5th, Ithaca
Environmental Rock Stars Come to Town on January 31
Orange County is working closely with Energize NY, the Energy Improvement Corporation and NYSERDA to increase the rate of adoption of clean energy practices in the county’s commercially owned buildings.
In his July 10 remarks, Neuhaus explained that the launch of Energize NY in Orange County, the first county in New York State to adopt the program, would help commercial property owners directly address rising operating costs by providing critical support, tools, and long-term financing to implement clean-energy upgrades for their buildings.
Yorktown Heights, NY: The New York State based Energy Improvement Corporation (“EIC”) announced today the signing of a Letter of Intent with Bank of America Merrill Lynch that acknowledges EIC’s acceptance of BofA Merrill’s offer to provide $75mm in capital to EIC’s Energize NY Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) Finance Program. This transaction is a significant milestone for EIC and represents one of the first PACE program financing arrangements from a leading global financial institution.
The Energize NY Westchester Project will provide building owners a one-stop resource to collaborate with NYS energy reduction incentive programs, find reliable contractors, access Energize NY energy improvement financing and the County’s new subsidy to help the commercial multifamily affordable housing sector preserve the County’s existing affordable units.
Brian Kaminer, a North Castle homeowner and sustainable investment consultant, remarks on the benefits of a home energy assessment