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Maximize Multifamily Property Value with Energy Improvement Projects

Slides presented during a webinar on adding energy efficiency measures and/or solar into a rehab/retrofit project for multifamily housing.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation Lending Products

Sustainability features are sometimes included in LISC's financing for affordable housing. This factsheet provides details on LISC's lending products. 

PG&E On-Bill Financing for Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) offers eligible multifamily customers On-Bill Financing, which provides unsecured, zero-percent interest loans for energy efficiency retrofits.

Pathway Lending Energy Efficiency Loan Program

Through its Energy Efficiency Loan Program, Pathway Lending, a CDFI in Tennessee, offers current rates from 2% for 5-year terms, 5% for 10-year terms, and up to 100% financi

Our Powers Combined: Energy Efficiency and Solar in Affordable Multifamily Buildings

A growing number of housing providers, utility-sector program administrators, and investors are working to combine energy efficiency improvements with solar systems in affordable multifamily buildings.

Commercial PACE for Affordable Multifamily Housing

C-PACE is a financing structure that enables owners of commercial, industrial and multifamily residential properties to obtain affordable, long-term funds for 100% of the cost of energy and water efficiency retrofits (as well as for distributed generation investments).

Green Funding and Resources for New York City Affordable Multifamily Housing

Implementing green building measures in affordable housing is an important way to reduce costs and improve building performance, helping to preserve New York’s much-needed affordable housing supply.

Energy Efficiency Financing for Low- and Moderate-Income Households: Current State of the Market, Issues, and Opportunities

This report provides an overview of energy efficiency financing programs nationwide—in both the single family (SF) and multifamily (MF) sectors—that are reaching LMI households.