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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).

Understanding Efficiency: An overview of energy and water efficiency and their positive impacts (PART 1)

This webinar, the first in a series of three trainings, provides an overview of how energy and water efficiency can be beneficial to both borrower and lender and outlines why recognizing the value of efficiency is a critical step toward unlocking investment opportunities that improve loan perform

Financing Energy Efficiency through Mortgage Loans

This market analysis examines the current landscape for building owners and lenders seeking to integrate energy efficiency and utility savings into building assessments and retrofit plans, and to utilize the data to enhance

Impact of Energy Use and Price Variations on Default Risk in Commercial Mortgages: Case Studies

This report documents the impact of energy use and price variations on commercial mortgage default risk in five buildings: an office building in the Denver area, two office buildings in northern California, a hotel in the D

Community Investing Impact Metric Set: Guidance Paper for CDFIs

To better connect impact investors and CDFIs, Aeris collaborated with the Global Impact Investing Network (the GIIN) through the IRIS Initiative to standardize impact metrics commonly reported by CDFIs, with a goal of bette

PACE Financing for Efficiency in NY

Case study of Natlew Corporation's 23-Unit Apartment Building in Mount Vernon, NY. With PACE, Natlew was able to replace its old oil-burning boiler with a high-efficiency gas-fired unit and install indirect-fired hot water heaters, pipe insulation, high efficiency lighting, low-flow faucet aerato

Energy Efficient Rehab Case Study: Heritage Commons in Middletown, CT

This is a case study of an 89-unit retirement home in Middletown, CT that received a Low Income Multifamily Energy (LIME) loan from Capital for Change, a program in partnership with CT Green Bank.