Condominium Associations and Solar Panels: How to Hanlde a Co-owner Request to Install a Solar Panel

Michigan is working to make alternative energy, such as solar, financially feasible for all its residents. Michigan’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing law, Mich. Comp. Laws § 460.931 (2010), and the Lean and Green Michigan Program allow counties, cities, and townships to form a PACE district wherein resident property owners may use the PACE property tax mechanism and assessment to finance up to 100% of a solar project’s purchasing and installation costs, amortized over a period of time.    Read the article……………


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