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Program Design Guide: Energy Efficiency Programs in Multifamily Affordable Housing

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Multifamily affordable housing is the building sector perhaps most burdened by challenges that inhibit efficiency investment, yet affordable housing residents are perhaps most in need of efficiency improvements. We suggest 12 best practices that are actio

12 best practices for policymakers, regulators, and program administrators to effectively reach the multifamily affordable housing sector.

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Energy Efficiency for All
Year: 
2015
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Program Design and Budgets
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Program Design

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