Clean Energy funding
for Your Community.

Government
Partnerships

Over 200 cities and counties throughout California have adopted Dividend’s PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) program. This desirable and proven financing is made available through the California Enterprise Development Authority (CEDA), a statewide Joint Powers Authority. Operating under Assembly Bill 811, Dividend’s PACE program enables commercial and residential property owners to pay for clean energy projects through a line item charge on their property tax bill.

Dividend’s PACE Benefits Your Community

  • Stimulates your local economy
    Investing in energy retrofits can create more gross economic output and greater federal, state and local tax revenues.
  • Creates local jobs
    Investing in energy retrofits creates more jobs within your community.
  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions
    Dividend’s PACE program enables greenhouse gas-reducing building improvements and supports the efforts identified in your Climate Action Plan.

Give Value to Your Energy Initiatives

Adopting Dividend's PACE program is efficient, straight forward and does not require exclusive arrangement, ensuring that local governments foster a competitive PACE market.

No Cost or Liability to Your City or County

  • No Cost Program
    There are no costs to local government agencies to make the program available: no costs for setup, assessment district formation or implementation.
  • No Liability
    Your City or County is comprehensively indemnified.
  • No Debt
    Bonds issued to finance projects are issued by CEDA. Your local government agency has no obligation to repay these bonds.
  • No Ongoing Resources Required
    Dividend Finance administers all day-to-day operations, coordinating annual PACE assessment collections with County Tax Assessors. No administrative resources are needed beyond becoming a member of CEDA.

Interested in learning more?

Contact Charles Ward
Email: municipalities@dividendfinance.com
Call: (415) 805.7082

Our PACE Program is available
in the following states

  • California
  • Colorado
  • Maryland
  • Missouri
  • Ohio
  • Utah

And the following cities and counties in California

Alameda County (Unincorporated)
Berkeley
Dublin
Fremont
Hayward
Pleasanton
Union City

Ione
Jackson
Plymouth

Butte County (Unincorporated)
Chico
Oroville
Paradise

Antioch
Brentwood
Clayton
Concord
Danville
El Cerrito
Martinez
Oakley
Pittsburg
Pleasant Hill
Richmond
San Pablo
San Ramon
Walnut Creek

South Lake Tahoe

Clovis
Firebaugh
Fresno
Fresno County (Unincorporated)
Kerman
Kingsburg
Reedley
Selma

Glenn County (Unincorporated)
Orland
Willows

Arcata
Eureka
Ferndale
Humboldt County (Unincorporated)

Hanford

Clearlake

Azusa
Claremont
Commerce
El Segundo
Gardena
Glendale
Glendora
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Huntington Park
Inglewood
La Mirada
Lancaster
Lomita
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Palmdale
Rancho Palos Verdes
Rolling Hills
Rolling Hills Estates
Santa Clarita
Santa Monica
South Pasadena

Chowchilla

Belvedere
Fairfax
Larkspur
Marin County (Unincorporated)
Mill Valley
Millbrae
Novato
San Anselmo
San Rafael
Tiburon

Fort Bragg
Point Arena
Ukiah

Atwater
Livingston
Merced County (Unincorporated)

Mammoth Lakes
Mono County Unincorporated

Greenfield
Monterey County (Unincorporated)
Salinas

Nevada City
Truckee

Aliso Viejo
Anaheim
Brea
Cypress
Huntington Beach
Laguna Beach
Mission Viejo
Newport Beach
San Clemente
Santa Ana
Westminster

Beaumont
Indian Wells
Palm Springs
Riverside


Citrus Heights
Elk Grove
Galt
Rancho Cordova
Sacramento County (Unincorporated)

Fontana
Loma Linda
Rancho Cucamonga
Redlands
San Bernardino
Twentynine Palms
Upland

Carlsbad
Chula Vista
Del Mar
El Cajon
Encinitas
Escondido
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Lemon Grove
National City
Oceanside
Poway
San Diego
San Diego County (Unincorporated)
San Marcos
Santee
Solana Beach
Vista

San Francisco (City & County)
South San Francisco

Oakdale
Lathrop
Stockton
Tracy
San Joaquin County (Unincorporated)

Morro Bay
Pismo Beach

Atherton
Belmont
Brisbane
Burlingame
Colma
Foster City
Portola Valley
Redwood City
San Mateo
San Mateo County (Unincorporated)
Woodside

Cupertino
Gilroy
Morgan Hill
San Jose

Santa Cruz

Redding
Shasta Lake

Mount Shasta
Weed
Yreka

Benicia
Solano County (Unincorporated)

Petaluma
Sonoma County (Unincorporated)
Windsor

Turlock
Waterford

Live Oak
Yuba City

Porterville

Corning
Red Bluff

Camarillo
Simi Valley
Thousand Oaks
Ventura

Yuba County (unincorporated)