Show Me PACE is an open market program and welcomes multiple funding originators to participate in our program. Our lending partners allow us to offer on-demand cash for your PACE project, reducing the approval process to mere days.
PACE Equity funded Show Me PACE’s first three projects. Their preferred projects are commercial projects $250,000 and above. They fund renewable energy, energy efficiency and water conservation projects.
Twain Financial Partners is a St. Louis-based capital provider dedicated to providing PACE financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation projects throughout Missouri. Twain’s vast network of lenders and energy contractors in Missouri and elsewhere allows for an efficient, streamlined process for obtaining on-demand capital for commercial, agricultural and industrial PACE projects.
CleanFund Commercial PACE Captial is a direct lender focused exclusively on the commercial property sector. With significant expertise in commercial real estate, finance and energy engineering, CleanFund is uniquely capable of delivering capital efficiently across all jurisdictions in the U.S. with active PACE programs. CleanFund’s flexible financing program enables property owners to install modern energy and water technology with no up-front cost, increasing property cash flows and value.
Petros PACE Finance is a national leader in providing low-cost, long-term PACE financing to commercial property owners. Petros PACE Finance has extensive capital available for energy retrofit projects from $150,000.
Dividend Finance offers commercial PACE financing on projects $50,000 and up. The company joined Show Me PACE in 2017, after completing over 50 commercial PACE financings in California since 2011 through its Figtree Financing division. Dividend provides capital for clean energy projects in 24 states.
This directory is a list of PACE lenders approved by the Show Me PACE Board. The Show Me PACE Clean Energy District does not endorse any PACE lender.
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Below is a list of lending institutions which have consented to having a PACE lien on a project for which they hold the mortgage.