Renovate America launches HERO PACE program in 28 more California cities

Written By: Stratton Report
February 15, 2017

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On February 15, Renovate America announced that 28 more California communities had adopted the HERO Property Assessed Clean Energy Program.

Per Renovate, HERO launched this week in the cities of Belmont, Blue Lake, Dorris, Etna, Fort Bragg, Fremont, Grass Valley, Half Moon Bay, Hillsborough, Isleton, Loyalton, Nevada City, Newark, Pacifica, Paradise, Point Arena, Portola Valley, Redding, San Leandro, San Luis Obispo, Sutter Creek, Tehama, Watsonville, Weed, Yreka and Yuba City, and in the unincorporated areas of Colusa and Shasta Counties.

Blair McNeill, Vice President of Market Development at Renovate America observed:

HERO is already empowering homeowners across California to make their homes more comfortable, lower their utility bills and combat climate change. We look forward to doing the same thing for the homeowners in these new communities. HERO will also provide a boost to local businesses and create jobs in these cities and counties, just as it has across California. 

Renovate America stressed that 88 percent of California households now have access to this innovative financing program.