Improving Arkansans’ access to low-cost financing for energy efficiency projects and removing barriers to the spread of homemade renewable energy were among the priorities announced Thursday by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association.

The association, a trade group advocating advanced energy technologies, detailed its wish list in a policy statement coinciding with the session of the state General Assembly that opened Monday. The group’s focus includes the Property Assessed Clean Energy finance program, known as PACE, and two items before the state Public Service Commission involving energy generated on-site by Arkansas homeowners and businesses.

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