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The SAHLLN Resource Hub is a central repository for information on financing energy and water efficiency and renewable energy in multifamily affordable housing properties. These resources are recommended by members of our network of affordable multifamily housing lenders, including Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), housing finance agencies (HFAs), major financial institutions, and specialized green financing entities. Please help us grow this resource hub by submitting a resource!

Enterprise Community Partners

This toolkit distills Enterprise’s experience retrofitting multifamily affordable housing into the critical steps necessary for success. What follows is a roadmap for multifamily housing owners, investors, and developers which outlines a comprehensive, cost-effective approach to retrofit.Go to Toolkit 

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Enterprise Community Partners

The Technical Assistance Providers Database is a national listing of qualified experts in topics related to the design, development and construction of energy efficient, environmentally friendly and safe affordable housing.Enterprise Green Communities has vetted consultants in the TA Provider Database to ensure that each organization has the...

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SAHLLN Webinar Series | August 2019

Michigan Saves, in partnership with Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. (IPC), has expanded their commercial financial offerings to help multifamily customers finance a variety of energy projects.  On this webinar, participants learned about how to take advantage of those exciting new offerings to help multifamily customers implement a...

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SAHLLN Webinar Series | August 2019

Michigan Saves, in partnership with Inclusive Prosperity Capital, Inc. (IPC), has expanded their commercial financial offerings to help multifamily customers finance a variety of energy projects.  On this webinar, participants learned about how to take advantage of those exciting new offerings to help multifamily customers implement a...

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SAHLLN Webinar Series | March 2019

We know – or at least, we’ve been told – that high-efficiency housing properties not only consume less energy and water, but also that those buildings pay less in utility bills, have less maintenance costs, and provide residents with a healthier and more comfortable place to live. Efficiency improvements can increase net operating income,...

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Connecticut Green Bank and Emerald Consulting | February 2019

Slides presented during a webinar on adding energy efficiency measures and/or solar into a rehab/retrofit project for multifamily housing. Presenters outlined the funding process and highlighted completed projects that are benefiting from reduced energy and maintenance expenses, improved cash flows, and improved resident...

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Green Bank Network | November 2018

Sufficient availability of affordable housing is a significant and growing concern across the world, in high-income and lower-income countries alike. Governments at all levels are feeling the urgency of driving construction and preservation of affordable housing. As market-oriented and mission-driven financial entities, green banks are well...

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Vote Solar | December 2018

Boston Community Capital (BCC) is a nonprofit community development financial institution. Since 2008, BCC has helped low-income communities access the cost savings and price stability of solar power. The organization1 has developed and currently operates about 7 megawatts of solar photovoltaic systems across Massachusetts. Half of BCC’s solar...

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Vote Solar | December 2018

The Public Housing Agency (PHA) in St. Paul, Minnesota provides affordable housing for low-income individuals and families throughout the city. Established in 1977, the PHA owns and manages 4,274 rental units in St. Paul, which are located in hi-rise buildings, townhouses, duplexes and single-family residences. Through both its public housing and...

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Enterprise Community Partners | 2015

Ready to Respond: Strategies for Multifamily Building Resilience is a collection of 19 practical strategies for building owners to make their properties more resilient against the effects of extreme weather events. It draws on advice from over 50 experts in the field of resilience as well as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the...

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