HUD expands energy conservation challenge to apartments

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We should celebrate this even though it is bringing new challenges and making. Investments in energy conservation and.

ers to improve energy efficiency in affordable hous- ing. Some local governments own and develop their own affordable housing, and can take direct action to implement energy efficiency projects in this housing. However, most local governments do not own affordable housing units.

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Although California has had a benchmarking law on the books for commercial buildings for over seven years, it has faced major implementation challenges. and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban.

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HUD’s Outlays for Energy 1. $1.1 billion in public housing operating subsidies – 1.1 million units 2. $2.9 billion though Section 8 utility allowances – 2.1 million units 3. Additional $ in multifamily central heating and cooling – 1.6 million units 4. Also new construction and rehabilitation: 175,000 rehab units/year through CDBG