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EFX19 Session: Multifamily Shark Tank: Innovative Multifamily EE Programs

Created 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
Updated 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
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Multifamily housing is thought to be a difficult target for energy-efficiency programs. A 2018 study conducted by regional utilities to investigate potential underserved energy-efficiency markets in the Northwest reconfirmed this hypothesis. One reason for this is that renters and low-income households make up a significant portion of multifamily housing and thus suffer from the “split incentive” problem, where the person paying the energy bill (the renter) is not the one paying for improvements (the building owner). What can we do to effectively reach multifamily residents? This session will explore success stories and lessons learned from regional utilities in reaching these constituents. Residential, Nuts & Bolts
Posted By: Carol Lindstrom 05/16/19 on 05:52 AM (Pacific Time)
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