Mendocino Solar Service thanks the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors for their thoughtful consideration of PACE. We thank County staff for their work on PACE, as well as Supervisor Dan Hamburg and Supervisor John McCowen who served on the Board’s Ad-Hoc Committee researching
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors has now established the Clean Energy District (2013-1), and is in the process of “Validation,” meaning it is on track and moving forward in the steps needed to implement the PACE program by late spring or early summer. The Clean Energy District (2
The PACE program is now being implemented in cities and counties across the nation. But it all began in California in 2008. Under the PACE model, cities and counties are allowed to create special districts where property owners in the district may voluntarily agree to add an assessmen
PACE in Mendocino County is being modeled after similar programs established in cities and counties nationwide. Nearby, in Sonoma County, more than 2,000 PACE-funded projects have been completed, most of them for residential housing. Mendocino County’s PACE program will be available f
At their January 21, 2014 meeting, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors, on a 3/2 vote, took a big step forward in making it possible for local homeowners and business owners to access special property assessed financing to pay for home improvements that address energy efficiency
At Mendocino Solar Service, we often hear from local homeowners who want to “Go Solar’, but aren’t sure how. Grid Tied? Off Grid? Purchase? Finance? Lease? Our goal is always to provide useful information and clear options. Readers of our January issue will recall we
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