This presentation will provide updates on the current status of the CPACE (Commercial & Industrial Property Assessed Clean Energy) program in MA, followed by Q&A. A speed-networking session will be hosted at the end, with the opportunity to connect with panelists in a breakout room.
The Property Assessed Clean Energy program is a national initiative organized through MassDevelopment, the state’s development finance agency. It enables property owners to take out 20-year loans for energy infrastructure upgrades. There are 57 municipalities that have adopted PACE in Massachusetts. The program is designed to make it easier for industrial and commercial property owners to retrofit existing buildings to meet eco-friendly standards.
12:00 PM: Join & Welcome
12:05-1:05 PM: Panelist Presentations and Q&A
1:05-1:30 PM: Networking in Breakout Rooms
This event will take place virtually on Zoom. Online meeting credentials will be sent out prior to the event.
This program is $20 for SEBANE members and $40 for non-members. Event sponsorships are also available! Please email David Ehrlich, SEBANE Executive Director (email@example.com) for additional information.
NOTE: IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBER PRICING, YOUR COMPANY DUES MUST BE CURRENT. YOUR BUNDLE COORDINATOR (MAIN CONTACT) MAY REGISTER INDIVIDUALS FOR EVENTS AND/OR ADD BUNDLE MEMBERS (OTHER COMPANY EMPLOYEES) TO THEIR MEMBERSHIP BUNDLE SO THEY CAN REGISTER THEMSELVES. CONTACT OPERATIONS@SEBANE.ORG IF YOU NEED HELP!
Wendy Lee O'Malley, Senior Vice President, Green Finance, Director of PACE Massachusetts.
Wendy joined MassDevelopment in January 2017 to lead the creation of the commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program. She heads the Green Finance Department and oversees all parts of PACE Massachusetts including program guidelines, municipal opt-in, lender engagement, project development, application review, transaction closing and servicing.
She has more than 25 years of wide-ranging experience in the energy industry. Prior to joining the Agency, she acted as VP and principal advisor for a consortium of 500+ Massachusetts nonprofit and municipality members to procure supply rates for contracts, saving millions annually in energy costs. She started her career developing energy savings performance contracting projects for municipal, healthcare and federal government facilities.
Wendy is a proud lifelong Massachusetts resident and alumni of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and currently resides with her family in Milton.