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SAHLLN Resource Hub

The SAHLLN Resource Hub is a central repository for information on financing energy and water efficiency and renewable energy in multifamily affordable housing properties. These resources are recommended by members of our network of affordable multifamily housing lenders, including Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), housing finance agencies (HFAs), major financial institutions, and specialized green financing entities. Please help us grow this resource hub by submitting a resource!

Enterprise Community Partners

This toolkit distills Enterprise’s experience retrofitting multifamily affordable housing into the critical steps necessary for success. What follows is a roadmap for multifamily housing owners, investors, and developers which outlines a comprehensive, cost-effective approach to retrofit.Go to Toolkit 

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Enterprise Community Partners

The Technical Assistance Providers Database is a national listing of qualified experts in topics related to the design, development and construction of energy efficient, environmentally friendly and safe affordable housing.Enterprise Green Communities has vetted consultants in the TA Provider Database to ensure that each organization has the...

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US Dept of Energy

The Navigator is an online tool that helps public and private sector organizations find financing solutions for energy efficiency projects.Developed by the US Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Initiative, the Navigator helps users explore a wide array of financing choices and identify relevant financing options for their energy efficiency...

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Enterprise Community Partners | 2015

Ready to Respond: Strategies for Multifamily Building Resilience is a collection of 19 practical strategies for building owners to make their properties more resilient against the effects of extreme weather events. It draws on advice from over 50 experts in the field of resilience as well as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the...

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SAHLLN Lender Exchange | December 2018

SAHLLN held this lender exchange call to explore how multifamily housing lenders and their partners can identify and finance mitigation of climate risks in housing properties. Call leaders with expertise in climate resilience first shared their perspective on questions like: How are buildings and residents subject to climate risks? What can be...

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SAHLLN Webinar Series | November 2018

In March 2018, Affordable Community Energy Services (ACE) closed a $2.9M credit facility with Reinvestment Fund. The proceeds have been used to finance energy efficiency and water conservation measures in Mercy Housing, Inc.’s California portfolio using leading energy management firm Bright Power as master contractor. This transaction was...

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New Ecology and LISC Boston

The Massachusetts Green Retroft Initiative (MAGRI) is a project of New Ecology, Inc. (NEI) and LISC Boston. Through MAGRI, NEI and LISC Boston serve as a one-stop-shop to provide holistic energy management services to property owners.Through MAGRI, Peabody Properties asked NEI to conduct an energy audit of the site and to recommend solutions in...

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New Ecology and LISC Boston

The Massachusetts Green Retroft Initiative (MAGRI) is a project of New Ecology, Inc. (NEI) and LISC Boston. Through MAGRI, NEI and LISC Boston serve as a one-stop-shop to provide holistic energy management services to property owners. The Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation (ABCDC) joined MAGRI to secure technical assistance to...

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LISC

Sustainability features are sometimes included in LISC's financing for affordable housing. This factsheet provides details on LISC's lending products.  

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Pacific Gas & Electric

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) offers eligible multifamily customers On-Bill Financing, which provides unsecured, zero-percent interest loans for energy efficiency retrofits. After project completion, PG&E lends money, and the customer pays the loan interest-free as a line item on the property’s monthly utility bill.

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