California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority (CAEATFA)
- Sales and Use Tax Exclusion Applications Considered to Date
- CAEATFA seeking stakeholder input on proposed modifications to regulations: Residential Energy Efficiency Loan Assistance Program
- Notice of Intent to Award CAEATFA10-16 - PACE Trustee Services
- Addendum #4 –Responses to Questions Received on RFP CAEATFA08-16 – REEL Contractor Manager
- Addendum #3 – Text Revisions to RFP CAEATFA08-16 – REEL Contractor Manager
- Addendum #2 – Date Extension for Proposals to RFP CAEATFA08-16 – REEL Contractor Manager
- Addendum #1 – Date Extension for Questions to RFP CAEATFA08-16 – REEL Contractor Manager
- Addendum #1 – Q & A to RFP CAEATFA10-16 – PACE Trustee
- Request for Proposals (RFP) for Contractor Management – CHEEF Residential Energy Efficiency Loan (REEL) Assistance Program #CAEATFA08-16
- Request for Proposals (RFP) for Trustee Services – PACE Loss Reserve Program #CAEATFA10-16
- CAEATFA seeking stakeholder input on CHEEF commercial pilots and On-bill repayment structure
Did You Know?
CAEATFA awarded $100 million in sales tax exemptions to advanced manufacturers in 2015, the highest total ever awarded by the State of California. These manufacturers create tens of thousands of high-paying, permanent jobs that help bolster the state's economy.
The California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority (CAEATFA) works collaboratively with public and private partners to provide innovative and effective financing solutions for California’s industries, assisting in reducing the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by increasing the development and deployment of renewable energy sources, energy efficiency, and advanced transportation and manufacturing technologies to reduce air pollution, conserve energy, and promote economic development and jobs.
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