Developers and building owners, have you ever wondered about how to finance energy and water upgrades, or even finance renewables? Property managers and commercial real estate professionals, want to learn more about the new Michigan economic development financing law, Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), enabling lower utility costs, reducing capital expenditure reserves, providing a safer, cleaner, more comfortable indoor environment, while lowering building carbon emissions at the same time? There is a way to meet developer and building owner objectives, without breaking the bank.
Join this webinar to gain insights on how building owners can stay ahead of the new competitive environment, as well as the changing regulatory climate. Employees, learn how to access PACE financing to help building owners drive deep retrofits and sustainable building development. Developers and building owners, learn why using PACE financing may be the remedy to taking no action. In this rapidly changing climate and regulatory environment, delay is not an option.
Register at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tl2f9QxfRLKgwhRdrECq2g
Presenter: Robert Mattler, Manager at Green Portfolio Solutions, LLC
Robert Mattler is a commercial real estate industry veteran with over thirty years’ experience in both real estate law and brokerage. Since 2004, Bob has been an active thought leader and advocate for green building and sustainability throughout the Midwest. Over the last ten years, Bob co-founded the commercial real estate committee, Detroit Chapter of the United States Green Building Council (usgbc) where he has been a guiding force in programming, fundraising, strategic development, community outreach and advisor to various Boards of Directors. Currently, Bob is involved in The Detroit 2030 District, volunteering to help building owners with technical and strategic advice on making their projects and buildings more sustainable.
Robert’s passion for sustainability, economic development and adaptive re-use of the Midwest’s aged building stock places him at the crossroads of local economic development and sustainability through implementation of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to jump start community development and re-development. Bob was an early supporter and advocate of Michigan’s PACE financing law back in 2011, having published dozens of articles, blogs and spoken often on the topic in front of various legal groups, business groups and at numerous real estate events. As owner of Green Portfolio Solutions, Bob brings advantages of Pace financing to light, as well as utility rebates and other sustainable financing solutions, to building owners and developers interested in saving money and our environment at the same time. Bob holds a BA from Michigan State University, a JD from the Detroit College of Law (now MSU Law School), an LLM in Tax from the Wayne State University Law School and certification from the U.S. Green Building Council as a LEED AP BD&C (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, Accredited Professional, Building Design & Construction). He lives in Bloomfield Hills with his wife and 3 children.