Going green is the new normal

To our beloved community

As we start transitioning to a new normal post-pandemic, communities and businesses are looking to “go green” to stay healthy. Staying healthy does not only mean social distancing and vaccinations, it also means making a concerted effort to improve the air quality, and overall environment, of our communities by making homes and businesses “greener.”

Going green has many meanings, one of them is making the buildings where we live or work at more energy-efficient with improvements such as an energy-efficient roof, windows and doors, an HVAC unit, and renewable energy systems like solar panels, to mention a few.

For many, financing these projects may seem out of reach; however, there is an option called Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing – a powerful and affordable long-term solution. Companies like Renew Financial, specialized in PACE, can help you learn more about this unique type of financing.

Let’s do our part in making our communities greener!

Carlos Solórzano-Cuadra, CEO CHCC-SF

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