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Allegheny County C-PACE

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Allegheny County

In late 2019, Allegheny County adopted a Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program that allows owners of commercial, industrial and agricultural properties in the county to apply for lost-cost, long-term financing for clean energy and water efficiency projects. The Sustainable Energy Fund was chosen early in 2020 at the county’s C-PACE Program Administrator.

Allegheny County’s C-PACE Program is now active. If you have questions about a potential project, please contact Sustainable Energy Fund at (610) 264-4440 or email cpace@thesef.org.

To learn more about Allegheny County, visit alleghenycounty.us/c-pace.

Application Process

The Allegheny County C-PACE Program is now accepting applications. Applicants are encouraged to read the Program Guidelines before beginning the application process and contact cpace@thesef.org with any questions.

To submit your pre-application online, please click the button below, select ‘next’, and fill out the credential request form. Within one business day, you will receive access to our online platform to submit your pre-application. Through this platform, you may save and return to applications at any time and any applications you submit will be stored for future reference.

  • 1

    Develop

    Develop project and arrange C-PACE financing (List of available providers)

  • 2

    Pre-Application

    Submit Pre-Application

  • 3

    Final Application

    Submit Final Application

  • 4

    Sign

    Sign C-PACE Statement of Levy and Lien Agreement

  • 5

    Finance

    Close C-PACE Financing

Apply Online Print Application

Allegheny County

Documents

Allegheny C-PACE Booklet Allegheny C-PACE Resolution Allegheny C-PACE Program Guidelines Allegheny Statement of Levy and Lien Agreement

Allegheny County

News

Here’s the latest C-PACE news for Allegheny County.

All Allegheny County News

Allegheny County Launches C-PACE Program

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald today announced that the county’s Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program is now accepting applications for low-cost, long-term financing for…

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