Two Cincinnati-area health care firms awarded $11.7M in clean-air financing

The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority approved $11.7 million in clean air financing in awards to two Greater Cincinnati health care companies, the Cincinnati Business Courier reports. Both firms will use “property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing in coordination with their lenders,” according to the article. JZB Realty Holdings Co. “received approval for up to $4.7 million in PACE financing for energy efficiency improvements and the addition of a solar array” on the roof of Forest Hills Care Center in Anderson Township. Clermont Health Realty “was approved for up to $7 million for energy efficiency financing” that will be used for an HVAC system, lighting, windows and other features of a new skilled nursing facility in Amelia. For more, read the full article

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