Apply for Pace

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

The Saint Lucie County Energy and Sustainability Financing Program provides financing, through PACE, for the installation of energy conservation and energy efficiency improvements, renewable energy improvements, wind resistant improvements, and water conservation improvements that are affixed to a building, facility or structure that is located upon and part of the Assessed Property and constitutes an improvement.

 Please review, complete, and sign the attached Application forms and include all requested documents.

Please type or print neatly in blue or black ink, or complete the online Application (PDF form) at http://www.solarenergyloanfund.org

All applications are processed upon receipt. No particular order required. Incomplete or incorrect applications cannot be processed. Resubmitted applications are processed upon the new receipt date.

Application approval and execution of a Financing Agreement are required before any financing is available. Sample Contract Documents and requirements for the SLC ESFP can be reviewed online at http://www.solarenergyloanfund.org.

Keep a copy of your completed Application and all documents submitted, all of your receipts, and paid invoices.

Mail or deliver your completed Application and documents to: 2400 Rhode Island Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34950. Applications and documents can also be emailed to Paceinfo@solareneryloanfund.org . For questions regarding the status of your Application call 772-468-1818 or email the PACE Representative.

Reasons we will return the Application:

• Any of the Application Requirements items are incomplete or missing.

• The applicant owes more on the Property than the current assessed value.

• Applicant’s total Qualifying Improvements exceed the net equity in the Property.

• Customer has late payments on any mortgages.

• Customer has filed for bankruptcy in the last 3 years.

• Property is subject of a pending or imminent eminent domain action, environmental litigation or other cause of action affecting the value of the Assessed Property.

• Property Owner has judgments pending that could result in a lien against the property.

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