Energy efficiency and renewable energy are a great pair for achievement of deep energy savings, and a great step down the path toward zero net energy (ZNE) buildings. GRID Alternatives, America’s largest nonprofit solar installer, announced yesterday an expansion of its multifamily solar program to include free technical assistance nationally for affordable housing owners, developers, and operators. The program also offers turnkey solar PV design/installation for multifamily affordable housing in several states – including California.
Per GRID Alternatives’s press release, “the technical assistance service, launched to coincide with the Housing California conference in Sacramento, is funded by a grant from The JPB Foundation and is intended to reduce barriers to entry and help affordable housing providers install solar power on their multifamily dwellings. With more than six million American families living in affordable housing units nationwide, the opportunities are huge.”
Learn more and get in touch with GRID Alternatives for a multi-family program consult by visiting the GRID Alternatives multi-family webpage.
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