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One-Stop Shops for the Multifamily Sector

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Jurisdictions are increasingly offering comprehensive one-stop multifamily programs to provide owners streamlined and straightforward access to energy efficiency programs.

The need for owners to navigate a complex landscape of clean energy and water programs greatly inhibits participation in multifamily efficiency programs nationwide. Yet, millions of lower-income rental households could significantly benefit from efficiency services, and save an aggregate of $9.2 billion annually as a result. To capture these savings and provide streamlined and straightforward access to programs tailored to this sector’s needs, jurisdictions are increasingly offering comprehensive one-stop multifamily programs.

Author/Org: 
Energy Efficiency for All
Year: 
2017
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PDF icon EEFA OneStopShop Fact Sheet (2).pdf1.95 MB
Categories: 
Building Owner Resources
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Program Design
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