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Increasing Energy Efficiency in Small Multifamily Properties in the Northeast: Recommendations for Policy Action

NEEP Increasing Energy Efficiency in Small MF Properties
NEEP outlines the challenges of retrofitting small multifamily properties and provides policy opportunities to enhance energy efficiency in the sector.
Author/Org: 
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships: NEEP
Year: 
2014
Resource File: 
Categories: 
Regulations and Policies
Tags: 
Financing
State Policy
Local Policy
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Rhode Island
New York

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