NASEO held a conference call to discuss recent developments affecting consumer protections in residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs. NASEO provided an overview of the “Protecting Americans from Credit Entanglements” (PACE) Act of 2017, which has been introduced in Congress, as well as an introduction to the state of California’s consumer protection measures.
Additionally, call participants were asked to share input on a brief document that NASEO has drafted on the topic of R-PACE consumer protections.
Jeff Pitkin, Treasurer, NYSERDA and Dan Farrell, Energy Financing Program Manager, Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy
PACE Act of 2017: Overview and Potential PACE Impacts
David Gabrielson, Executive Director, PACENation
Kathleen Ryan, Counsel, Buckley Sandler
California’s R-PACE Market and Consumer Protections Regime
Deana Carrillo, Executive Director, California Alternative Energy & Advanced Transportation Financing Authority (CAEATFA)
Review and Discussion of R-PACE Consumer Protections Document - click here to view
Sandy Fazeli, Managing Director, NASEO