Demand for loans that allow homeowners to finance energy-efficiency upgrades by increasing their property taxes is booming and Ygrene Energy Fund is planning regular trips to the securitization market to finance its programs.

The California-based originator of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing is preparing its first public PACE bond securitization as early as this summer, in a $150 million transaction that will be rated by Kroll Bond Rating Agency. Another $200 million transaction is planned for the fall. And by 2017, it expects to come to market quarterly.

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