The need for owners to navigate a complex landscape of clean energy and water programs greatly inhibits participation in multifamily efficiency programs nationwide.
EEFA commissioned this study to estimate the potential energy savings from the implementation of efficiency measures in affordable multifamily housing in nine states — Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Carolina,
12 best practices for policymakers, regulators, and program administrators to effectively reach the multifamily affordable housing sector.
Increasing the energy efficiency of rental housing saves energy, improves residents’ health and comfort, and maintains reasonable rents. This helps families, communities, and affordable building owners.