Along with state and local statute, the Program Guidelines are the primary document defining the parameters and protocols of the MD-PACE Program. Last update June 2018.
Resources for Property Owners
Learn about how C-PACE can help property owners invest in energy efficiency projects that are cash flow positive from day one. Document courtesy of PACENation.
All C-PACE projects in the MD-PACE program must be financed by a program-registered capital provider. Current as of February 2019.
All C-PACE projects in the MD-PACE program must be executed by a program-registered contractor. Current as of February 2019.
C-PACE financing requires the express consent of any preexisting mortgage holders or similar lien holders on the property. This is a non-comprehensive list of lenders nationwide that have consented to C-PACE financing. Document courtesy of PACENation.
Resources for Local Governments
A high level explanation and of C-PACE along with FAQs by local governments on the MD-PACE Program. This document focuses specifically on the needs and concerns of local governments in opting into the MD-PACE Program.
This is a draft county ordinance to establish a C-PACE program. The draft reflects references to the Maryland state statute. It can also be used as an appropriate draft by similarly governed local jurisdictions, such as an incorporated city.
As the MD-PACE Program is sponsored by the MD Clean Energy Center (MCEC), any county opting into the program must execute an Agreement with MCEC that governs the administrative responsibilities of each party.
Resources for Capital Providers
All capital providers who wish to execute C-PACE financing in the jurisdiction of the MD-PACE Program must register with the program. Complete the registration form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
C-PACE financing requires the express consent of any preexisting mortgage holders or similar lien holders on the property. This document explains why such mortgage or lien holders may wish to provide consent. Document courtesy of PACENation.
Resources for Contractors
All contractors who wish to work on C-PACE projects in the jurisdiction of the MD-PACE Program must register with the program. Complete the registration form and return it to email@example.com.
The Mid-Atlantic PACE Alliance (MAPA) is a partnership between stakeholders in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia to accelerate the implementation of Commercial PACE programs and projects in the region.
PACENation is an industry association whose mission is to promote Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing by providing leadership and support for a growing universe of PACE market participants.