PACE

PACE is Live in Houston

7.15.16

It's Official: The Houston PACE Program is operational under an agreement executed on July 12 between The City of Houston and the Texas PACE Authority
 
Commercial, industrial and large multifamily properties in the City of Houston and its territorial jurisdiction are eligible for PACE financing.  Start your PACE project today.  To see if your property is in the Houston PACE region go to: http://mycity.houstontx.gov/public.  To learn more and to file an application, go to the Texas PACE Authority at www.TexasPACEAuthority.org.
 
Save the Date:
The City of Houston official announcement and celebration with Mayor Turner will occur on August 3rd.  Stay tuned for more details about the City of Houston event on August 3rd. 
 
Applause:
Many organizations and individuals worked diligently over the last year to support the establishment of the Houston PACE program.  We are grateful for your expertise, commitment of time and talents, and your enthusiasm.  

Williamson County Adopts PACE Program

4.6.16

Today, Williamson County Texas became the 4th Texas County to adopt a PACE program. The commissioners unanimously adopted the resolution put forward by Commissioner Cynthia Long, continuing the unanimous trend to adopt the PACE in a Box model. State Rep. Tony Dale, who supported PACE legislation, also weighed in with a strong letter of support. The Texas PACE Authority will administer the program at no cost to the County. 

Williamson County is the 6th fastest growing county in the nation, and one of the healthiest counties in the Texas. Its county seat, the City of Georgetown, will be one of the largest municipally-owned utilities in the U.S. to supply its customers with 100 percent solar and wind energy, providing competitive electric rates and a hedge against price volatility. PACE, which was widely supported by Chambers of Commerce and Economic Development organizations, provides a new economic and environmental tool for the commercial, industrial, multi-family and nonprofit organizations in the fast-growing county.

For More Information on PACE:

www.keepingpaceintexas.org/