Energy efficiency helps housing affordability, especially for low-income families

“If the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approves funding for all cost-effective energy efficiency opportunities focused on low-income, multifamily homes — like apartments and townhomes — the potential benefits are enormous, amounting to 4 times as much savings per household than current program performance. From now through 2030, Californians’ utility bill savings would add up…

Plugging California’s renters into energy efficiency programs

“For McAllister, one means of reducing emissions is top of mind, a means that has the added benefits of boosting incomes for some low-income households and creating tens of thousands of new jobs: funding energy-efficiency improvements for multi-family rental properties across California. “Multi-family is a large piece of our overall housing in the state, and…
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