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Low-Income Housing Tax Credits & Energy Efficiency Policies

NHT State Energy Programs Fact Sheet
The presentation by the National Housing Trust outlines how state housing finance agencies use their qualified allocation plans to prioritize green building and energy efficiency.
Author/Org: 
Tracy Kaufman and Dana Bartolomei, National Housing Trust
Year: 
2015
Categories: 
Regulations and Policies
Tags: 
State Policy
Best Practices
State housing finance agencies

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