PACE Market Dashboard

PACE financing is versatile and virtually every asset class can be eligible. The graphs below demonstrate that PACE was used by a variety of buildings, from office to multifamily and industrial properties. The following graphs are based on aggregate data and demonstrating the growth of the commercial PACE market.

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Residential

Commercial

Number of Home Upgrades

  • Energy efficiency 59%
  • Renewable Energy 36%
  • Water 4%

million

Jobs Created

Number of Commercial Buildings

  • Energy efficiency 46%
  • Renewable Energy 45%
  • Mixed 9%

million

Jobs Created

PACE Legislative progress

Commercial programs are active in 16 states: AR, CA, CO, CT, FL, KY, MD, MI, MN, MO, NY, OH, RI, TX, UT, WI, and DC. Residential PACE is flourishing in CA and is offered in FL. Various communities in MO and NY have also made residential PACE available.

Commercial PACE is available in major population centers including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, St. Louis, Washington D.C., and Cincinnati. In addition, states with PACE-enabling legislation now encompass over  80% of the U.S. population.

  • States with PACE-enabling legislation: 32 plus D.C.*
  • States with active PACE programs: 16
  • Municipalities with PACE programs: 2,059

*Including subordinate-lien states.

 

 

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List of commercial PACE programs
List of residential PACE programs

Commercial PACE data

PACENation tracks metrics from individual commercial PACE projects, culminating in a commercial PACE market update published each quarter. The graphs below reflect data from our most recent quarterly market update.

Download the Q1 2016 C-PACE Market UpdateDownload the Q4 2015 C-PACE Market Update

Cumulative commercial PACE funding (2009-present)

Type of Improvement by Number of Projects (2009-present)

(Based on data available from 76% of commercial projects)

Type of Improvement by Project Dollar Amount (2009-present)

(Based on data available from 76% of commercial projects)

Improvement type by building type (2009-present)

 

 

Number of projects by project dollar amount, categorized (2009-present)

 

  (Based on data available from 71% of commercial projects)

Funding by Property Type (2009-present)

 

 (As of Q1 2016)

Number of Projects by Property Type (2009-present)

 

 (As of Q1 2016)

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