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City of St. Louis Clean Energy Development Board
The Clean Energy Development Board of the City of St. Louis was created by ordinance in 2012. The board is a separate political subdivision of the state of Missouri, and directors are appointed by the Mayor of St. Louis. There are seven directors and they typically serve a three-year term. The CEDB sets the policy for the Set the PACE program and has contracted with Energy Equity Funding, along with their partners, Rockwood Group and Ygrene Energy Fund as the administrator team to run the Program.

While the administrator team provides underwriting and financing for the Program, in addition to administering third-party funded commercial PACE projects, the board oversees all functions of the Program and approves financing through the Program. You can find more information about the Clean Energy Development Board here.

Energy Equity Funding, LLC is the program administrator for Set the PACE St. Louis.

Energy Equity Funding provides clean energy program design, expert consulting and turnkey administration for PACE and other energy efficiency and renewable energy programs for residential and commercial properties.

Through our clean energy program design and administration, Energy Equity Funding emphasizes quality control and assurance, consumer protections, maximized efficiency and return-on-investment for our municipal partners, homeowners and commercial property participants. We maintain and utilize a network of trade alliances with Missouri energy auditors, bankers, realtors, local and national environmental groups and approved local homebuilders and contractors to guarantee results and satisfy the unique needs and characteristics of the Midwestern marketplace.

You can find more information on Energy Equity Funding, LLC here.


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