EEFA has completed City Challenge Pilots in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Kansas City to better understand the specific barriers each city faces when it comes to motivating affordable multifamily owners to pursue efficiency and to identify new strategies for engaging the affordable multifami
Today, 48 organizations, including 20 affordable housing organizations, signed a letter to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to underscore the importance and their continued support of EmPOWER Maryland, the primary policy driver of utility-sponsored energy efficiency programs.
In this age of hyper-partisanship, it's great to see a Republican governor's administration work with his state's Democratic legislature to enact climate change legislation that will benefit citizens across their state.
As affordable housers, we're always looking for new resources to improve affordable housing and the quality of life for our residents. Last August, the Environmental Protection Agency provided us with an unlikely potential source, the Clean Power Plan (CPP).