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Reducing Energy Costs in Rental Housing: The Need and Potential

Joint Center for Housing Studies Reducing Energy Costs in Rental Housing
JCHS' research brief outlines the direct and indirect energy cost burdens faced by renters and examines strategies to overcome the split-incentive.
Author/Org: 
Joint Center for Housing Studies
Year: 
2013
Categories: 
Energy Equity
Tags: 
Equity

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