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Case Study: ENERGY STAR Certified | Low-Rise New Construction

This case study is part of a suite of case studies highlighting buildings in CPC’s portfolio to demonstrate possible savings from the incorporation of energy and water efficiency measures.

Moving the Market: Energy Cost Disclosure in Residential Real Estate Listings

Homeowners who invest in energy efficiency hope to recoup at least some of the expense through savings on their utility bills and a higher home sales price when they move.

Catalyzing Efficiency: Unlocking Energy Information and Value in Apartment Buildings

This report examines why the market underuses performance data and recommends, based on examples that show early promise, how governments and efficiency program implementers can turn this growing wealth of information into

Quantifying the Financial Benefits of Multifamily Retrofits: Chicago, IL

There are nearly half a million multifamily units in Chicago. More than 250,000 of these units are in census tracts marked as low and moderate income by the New Markets Tax Credit Program database.

Quantifying the Financial Benefits of Multifamily Retrofits

Increasing the adoption of energy-efficient building practices will require the energy sector to increase its understanding of the ways that retrofits affect multifamily financial performance and how the lending and appraisal industries interpret those indicators. The U.S.

Energy Transparency in the Multifamily Housing Sector

This report is intended to serve as a guide for policymakers and multifamily stakeholders on benchmarking and disclosure rules and regulations.