PACE Program

Lean & Green Michigan PACE Program

In order to encourage economic development, improve property valuation, increase employment, reduce energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to the public health and welfare in City of Troy, the City Council established the City of Troy Property Assessed Clean Energy Program pursuant to Public Act No. 270 of 2010 ("Act 270") by joining Lean & Green Michigan ("PACE Program"). The PACE Program has identified specific sources of commercial funding to finance the implementation of energy efficiency improvements, renewable energy systems and energy projects within the City of Troy PACE district.

To learn more, visit Contact Glenn Lapin, Troy Economic Development Specialist at 248.524.3314 or or 313.444.1474 or

Did You Know?

  • Troy is home to 7 million square feet of retail space, 21 million square feet of office and engineering space, and 16 million square feet of manufacturing space.
  • Troy is a top Michigan location for Automotive Research and Development facilities.
  • Nerd Wallet named Troy the 4th best small city in the United States to start a business.