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Next Steps for Greening Multifamily Housing

Image credit: Flickr user Diana Marsh

Existing multifamily buildings, especially affordable multifamily housing, tend to fall through the cracks with respect to state-funded energy efficiency and greening programs. But a new report from the cities of Berkeley, Oakland and Emeryville, and new efforts spearheaded by the California Housing Partnership Corporation (CHPC), works towards helping close the gap. Join Timothy Burroughs of the City of Berkeley and Matt Schwartz of CHPC for an update on new opportunities and policy changes that may help green this class of buildings, which are so prevalent in the urbanized Bay Area.

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