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Scaling up Energy Efficiency in Missouri and Illinois Multifamily Affordable Housing

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Over the past seven years, utilities in Illinois and Missouri have made significant investments in programs designed to help their customers use less energy. The programs were prompted, in large part, by state policies seeking to maximize the many benefit
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2015
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Program Design and Budgets
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Program Design
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The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) are collaborating in support of the Energy Efficiency for All (EEFA) initiative to study the existing multifamily laundry landscape and provide facts related to common-area laundry facilities in

Building owners need modern, online tools from their utilities. We describe here why utilities should make a Landlord Portal available to give owners the information they need.

This case study found that Tower’s real-time energy management initiative achieved a 13.2 percent reduction in electricity use in the three buildings, showing that substantial gains are possible when building owners operate their buildings with attention devoted to reducing the amount of energy w