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PACEworx News (formally BEPAnews) is a nationally distributed e-news digest devoted to the evolving field of building energy efficiency improvement. More than 8,000 building owners, property developers, government officials, capital providers, and mortgage originators read PACEworx News to stay informed about the energy-related issues that impact commercial and industrial property.

At PACEworx News, our goal is to provide an unfiltered look at everything that’s happening in our fast-moving industry. News stories are aggregated and summarized so you can quickly stay current—or click for a more in-depth look at a topic. You can also search our archives and download the latest building energy performance standards—everything you need is in one place.

PACEworx News is a service of Sustainable Real Estate Solutions, Inc. SRS collaborates with state and local governments to design, launch, and administer commercial property assessed clean energy (C-PACE) programs nationwide. The programs we administer incorporate three pillars that have proven critical to C-PACE program success: 1) government sponsorship and oversight, 2) technically sound, transparent program guidelines, and 3) an open-market access to private capital.

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