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Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, an innovative tool that enables property owners to make investments in water and energy efficiency, has been gaining momentum across the country. Through the PACE program, financing is secured by a special property tax assessment, all without incurring upfront costs. PACE has acted as an economic development tool to improve buildings, creating jobs, reducing energy consumption and grid demand, and enhancing water conservation.

2,000 PACE projects...

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Construction on the Tarrant County College Energy Technology Center continues to run smoothly, with substantial completion scheduled for May 7. Freese and Nichols is the Architect of Record for the project.

The complex, which will be the largest facility on the campus, will provide a long-needed new home for the Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology (HART) program and house new associate degree programs in Oil and Gas and Renewable...

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Last month, our Architecture Group visited the Energy Technology Center construction site at Tarrant County College South Campus. Freese and Nichols is the Architect of Record for the project. The complex, which will be the largest facility on the campus, will provide a long-needed new home for the Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology (HART) program and house new associate degree programs in Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy. The building support...

Read More - A Site Visit to the TCC Energy Technology Center

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