Natural disasters could spark demand for PACE

The emergence of more regulation for the nascent property assessed clean energy (PACE) sector has put the brakes on loan origination and deal volumes this year, but issuers say a raft of natural disasters in the US over the past year have stimulated more interest in using the product to help protect homes from damage.

  • By David Bell
  • 24 Sep 2018

The PACE ABS market has suffered a slump this year after several years of growth, with volumes expected to fall “well short” of the $1.5bn in 2017 and $1.7bn in 2016, according to Shawn Rose, director at Deutsche Bank.

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