LOS GATOS, Calif. —­ PACEfunding Group announced that PACE veteran John Law has joined as Vice President of Government Relations, where he will head up the firm’s interaction with municipalities in California, Florida, and beyond. Law previously helped lead Renovate America’s Hero California effort to gain municipal approvals throughout the state.

“John comes to PACEfunding Group with deep knowledge of the PACE business. John was an early mover in the PACE sector and has a wide skill set that will help us become a national leader,” said Robert Giles, CEO of PACEfunding Group.

The addition reflects the rapidly­ growing demand for residential PACE financing, as homeowners become increasingly educated about the benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency home improvement projects. Contractors use PACEfunding Group’s platform to provide financing to consumers.

“Market dominance in the PACE finance sector requires the ability to offer consumers access to compare financing products and secure the lowest rates, through an easy to use technology platform,” said John Law, Vice President, Government Affairs, PACEfunding. “PACEfunding Group’s significantly lower rates and technology efficiencies indicate that it is well­positioned to serve both consumers and municipalities as a superior PACE financing provider and partner,” said Law.

About PACEfunding, LLC: Based in Los Gatos, California, PACEfunding is an approved PACE program manager in California and Florida. PACEfunding’s financing instruments are available for a variety of pre­approved energy efficiency improvements, including but not limited to solar electric, solar thermal, HVAC, roofing, windows/doors and water conservation equipment.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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