Feasibility Studies

The documents listed below represent various feasibility studies concerning the Energy Independence Program commissioned by the County of Sonoma.

Name

Description of Document

AB 811 – Feasibility Analysis and    Business Plan A comprehensive feasibility study and business plan for the SCEIP program created for Sonoma County by EcoMotion, February 2009.
Residential Program Market Study This study was conducted prior to SCEIP launch to evaluate interest and potential demand for PACE, Data Instincts, March 2009.
Data from Residential Program Market  Study This document lists the questions and compiled answers used to determine the conclusions of the Residential Program Market Study.
Commercial Program Market Study This study was conducted prior to SCEIP launch to evaluate interest and potential demand for PACE, Data Instincts, March 2009.
Data from Commercial Program Market Study This document lists the questions and compiled answers used to determine the conclusions of the Commercial Program Market Study.
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: Executive Summary (5 MB) Executive Summary: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program, KNN Public Finance with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (providing legal analysis), March 2012.
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: Introduction (10 MB) Introduction: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: Second Stage PACE Financing (6 MB) Second Stage Financing methods chapter: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: Bond Structure and Legal Considerations (11 MB) Bond Structure and Legal Considerations chapters: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: SCEIP Case Study and Conclusions (8 MB) SCEIP Case Study and Conclusions chapters: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program
Financing Feasibility Analysis for PACE Programs: Appendices (4 MB) Appendices: feasibility analysis of financing options for local governments developing a PACE program

Disclaimer:
The information contained within these materials is offered only for general informational purposes.  It does not constitute either general or specific legal advice and should not be substituted for legal, financial or other professional advice.  These materials were created for an energy independence program individualized for the County of Sonoma and may not be suitable for all public agencies.  These materials are not promised or guaranteed to be current, complete, or up-to-date.  Different factual situations and evolving case law may require substantial modifications to these materials.  As such, the authors make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of these materials.

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