There have been some pretty strange “goings on” in Washington since the Republicans took over. Confronted with facts they didn’t like, the new administration came up with the concept of “alternate facts” that are more in line with the way they want people to think. This has gone beyond the White House. With the new Protecting Americans from Credit Exploitation (PACE) Act, three Republican senators apply alternate facts to PACE financing.
There are almost 400 registrants, from 35 or 36 states, all keenly aware that the US government is about to partially remove a hindrances that have kept residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (P.A.C.E.) financing from spreading throughout the nation. George Caraghiau said, “I’ve been to so many conferences in my life, but I cannot believe the excitement I am feeling at this conference.” David Gabrielson, Executive Director of PACENation, added,1People are excited about the impact this will have on job creation, climate change…” They were speaking from America’s First PACENation Summit.