Governor Northam to serve as Keynote Speaker at the Inaugural Virginia Clean Energy Summit

press release: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/bf775c_d7ae2088bc6540e6a3b4dfeffc729b0b.pdf Richmond, VA – On September 17th in Richmond, the inaugural Virginia Clean Energy Summit will focus on the transformation now occurring in Virginia’s energy system. Governor Ralph Northam, Natural Resources Secretary Matthew Strickler, members of the General Assembly, and dozens of energy experts will speak regarding clean energy technologies, policies, and business strategies. The event is designed to highlight business opportunities, encourage industry collaboration, and promote resilient solutions throughout the Commonwealth. The day’s schedule includes plenary panels about the changes coming to Virg

From The New York Times: A Loan Tool That's Yielding Greener Buildings

The New York Times published an article this week exploring how PACE financing is increasingly being used in cities across the country to install energy efficiency and renewable energy measures to meet green building requirements. The article cites PACENation, saying that from 2016 through 2018, the PACE model was used to finance $660 million of sustainable building improvements, compared only $208 million in the six previous years. The PACE market is expanding as awareness and demand grow. So far, 36 states and the District of Columbia have passed PACE-enabling legislation to allow the use of PACE financing for commercial properties. Jessica Bailey, chief executive and co-founder of Greenwo

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