Take a bow, Chris Nikic, for holding tight to your dreams, for your patience and hopeful perseverance and guts. We could use a little more of that in this world.
VPA is in the news! Abby Johnson, the executive director of Virginia PACE Authority, has been awarded the 2020 Women in Business Achievement Award! Virtual event on December, 4th 2020 | 3:00 PM
December 3rd Event: What is C-PACE and Why it Matters! Candid! Councilwoman Neville will be joined by Abby Johnson, LEED AP O&M – Executive Director of Virginia PACE Authority and Ms. Ebony Lofton, Commercial Banker and South Cove HOA President!
Congratulations on the City of Alexandria passing their C-PACE financing ordinance, November 14th! We are excited that the City will be able to use C-PACE to help meet the goals set forth in their 2040 Environmental Action Plan and offer their businesses and property owners a way to finance energy efficient and resilient building improvements. #cleanenergy #pace #energyefficiency #cpace #resiliency @AlexandriaVAGov
Developing, piloting and standardising on-tax financing for residential energy efficiency retrofits in European cities
Join Abby Johnson, of Virginia PACE Authority, and friends at the upcoming seminar!
Congratulations to the City of Roanoke for passing their C-PACE financing ordinance!! A special call out to Nell Boyle who has been a great advocate for C-PACE for a number of years.
The Town of Dumfries has entered into contract with the Virginia PACE Authority to serve as Program Administrator for commercial property assessed clean energy (C-PACE) financing within the Town of Dumfries jurisdiction. Through this program, commercial real estate owners will be able to cover the costs of energy-efficiency projects with C-PACE financing, a form of lending that permits long repayment terms while increasing property value and improving net operating income.
Capital Providers, Property Owners, Contractors, Energy Professionals and Community Members welcome!
Metronome’s digital clock in Manhattan has been reprogrammed to illustrate a critical window for action to prevent the effects of global warming from becoming irreversible.
America is now under siege by climate change in ways that scientists have warned about for years. But there is a second part to their admonition: Decades of growing crisis are already locked into the global ecosystem and cannot be reversed.