The government is expanding its most highly promoted energy conservation program. The heads of the environmental protection agency, the Energy Department and the Housing and Urban Development.
In 2013, the Department of Energy (DOE) partnered with HUD to expand the Better Buildings Challenge to the multifamily housing sector. Prior to the expansion to the multifamily housing sector, the Better Buildings Challenge had only supported commercial and industrial building owners by providing technical assistance and proven solutions to energy efficiency since President Obama announced the program in 2011.
Prioritizing Energy Efficiency Through HUD Programs. Energy-efficient, healthy housing is a key element in HUD’s Strategic Plan, and is also one of three Agency Priority Goals. As a result, HUD has made significant progress in increasing the energy efficiency or health of HUD-assisted housing: through 2015, more than 500,000 energy-efficient, healthy retrofits or new green units were reported since the agency first established
Multifamily Housing News ENERGY ENERGY CONSERVATION – SPECIAL EDITION – October is national energy month! During October the Department of Energy, HUD, and Environ-ment Protection Agency will launch the annual "ENERGY STAR Change a Light, Change the World Campaign" and declare October 4, 2006, "ENERGY STAR Change a Light Day."
EXPANDS SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT. The passion Wendy’s exhibits for energy conservation continues in the form of recruiting more franchise organizations to join the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge..
HUD Moves Away From Mainframe The Housing and Urban Development Department is getting. most likely doing more of the same legacy migration work. Energy Wants One Email Platform The Energy.
The grant program would be under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Scott said there is no specific plan yet on how the grant would be funded. He said, "HUD has a lot of. she.
HUD’s Energy Action Plan consists of 21 proposed activities that HUD can undertake to support the energy efficiency and conservation goals of the President’s National Energy Policy. If implemented, the proposed actions will encourage energy efficiency in some five million
"California’s Housing Future: Challenges and Opportunities", provides in depth research into California’s far reaching housing challenges: Production averaged less than 80,000 new homes annually over the last 10 years, and ongoing production continues to fall far below the projected need of 180,000 additional homes annually.
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