Can Innovative Financing by the Public and Private Sectors Build on Momentum in Energy Efficiency Improvements for Affordable Multifamily Housing?
- Dec 7, 2018 4:22 pm GMT
Over the last two decades there have been substantial gains in home energy efficiency (EE). Household energy expenditures fell 15.6 percent per square foot of living space between 2009 and 2015. The steepest reductions in energy use were among large multifamily units, which dropped 29 percent on average, declines which were largely attributable to EE adoption in buildings. These gains in adoption of EE upgrades and retrofits were driven by both federal government leadership as well as nonprofit and philanthropic support.
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