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Making New York's Multifamily Homes Healthy and Affordable Through Energy Efficiency

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Making New York's Multifamily Homes Healthy and Affordable through Energy Efficiency
Author/Org: 
Confluence Team
Year: 
2015
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Categories: 
Program Design and Budgets
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Program Design
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Making multifamily residential properties more energy efficient is a key strategy for reducing the disproportionate energy cost burden facing families on limited incomes. Energy cost burden is the percentage of household income spent on energy bills.

Huge numbers of Californians struggle and sacrifice to afford energy bills - a fact most Californians understand and would even pay more to rectify, a new poll commissioned by Energy Efficiency for All shows.

There is no question that investing in energy efficiency upgrades has the potential to deliver substantial financial, environmental, and health benefits to building owners and residents.