Energy Equity Funding provides clean energy program design, expert consulting, and turnkey administration for Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) and other energy efficiency and renewable energy programs for residential and commercial properties.

Energy Equity Funding is program administrator for Set the PACE St. Louis, Missouri Energy Savings Program, and Arkansas Advanced Energy Equity Program.

Energy Equity Funding provides clean-energy program design, expert consulting, and turnkey administration for PACE and other energy efficiency and renewable energy programs for residential and commercial properties. As part of the City of St. Louis' sustainability efforts, the "Set the PACE St. Louis" program offers City homeowners and commercial property owners 100% financing for qualifying energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements through a voluntary tax assessment. Energy Equity Funding's unique financing mechanism streamlines the approval process and enables more property owners to enjoy the energy savings and other benefits that result from adding energy efficiency and/or renewable energy improvements to their properties. Set the PACE St. Louis is a nationally recognized program noted for quick turnaround from application to financing approval. For program details, see the Set the PACE St. Louis website.

Energy Equity Funding is the program administrator for Missouri Energy Savings Program (MO-ESP) which provides clean energy financing for residential and commercial properties in St. Louis County, MO. The St. Louis County Clean Energy Development Board was created by ordinance in 2015. The board is a separate political subdivision of the state of Missouri, and directors are appointed by the County Executive of St. Louis County. There are five director positions and they typically serve a three-year term. The Program operates as the Missouri Energy Savings Program. The CEDB sets the policy for the Missouri Energy Savings Program and has contracted with Energy Equity Funding, along with their partners, Rockwood Group and Ygrene Energy Fund as the administrator team to run the Program. For program details, see the website.

Fayetteville, Arkansas became the state's first to launch a city-wide PACE financing program on Dec. 11, 2014. Arkansas Advanced Energy Equity Funding (A2E2) is administered by A2E2, LLC, on behalf of Energy Improvement District #1, which in 2016 added the City of Springdale to its jurisdiction. A2E2, LLC was incorporated in 2014 by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) and Energy Equity Funding (EEF). "Fayetteville is committed to an energy future that is cleaner, more efficient and more reliable," said Mayor Jordan of Fayetteville during the kickoff press conference announcing the program. The A2E2 program offers opportunities for eligible commercial property owners within the Cities of Fayetteville and Springdale to access 100% property-assessed financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation property improvements. For more information, please go to the website at

A2E2 is the program administrator for the Pulaksi County PACE in Arkansas including the cities of Little Rock (county seat), North Little Rock, Jacksonville, Maumelle, Sherwood, Wrightsville, and Cammack Village. The Pulaski County Energy Improvement District was created in 2015 by the Pulaski County Quorum Court to help create jobs, retain wealth and grow Pulaski County's economy by enabling Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing. Our program, Pulaski PACE, provides commercial property owners the opportunity to realize energy and cost savings through facilities improvements and receive up to 100 percent financing, repaid as a property tax assessment for up to 20 years. The assessment mechanism has been used for decades nationwide to access low-cost and long-term capital to finance improvements that meet a public purpose. For program details, please see the A2E2 Pulaksi County PACE website.

Energy Equity Funding can help you leverage the capital investment opportunity and realize the huge savings that energy efficiency and renewable energy provides.

For more information about PACE and other available programs for making your home or commercial building more efficient and saving money every month, please contact Energy Equity Funding, LLC.


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