Case Studies of Energy Efficiency Retrofits to Multifamily Affordable Housing in Minnesota

Overview
Affordable housing is critical for low-income Minnesota residents, but many affordable multifamily housing units are in need of repair and come with high-energy bills. Increasing the energy efficiency of multifamily rental housing saves energy, improves residents' health and comfort, and helps to maintain reasonable living costs. Improving the efficiency of these buildings also helps Minnesota meet its Conservation Improvement Program energy savings goals and contributes to the preservation of the state's affordable housing stock (NRDC/NHT).

Concordia

Elliot Apartments

Sienna Green

Project: Case Studies of Energy Efficiency Retrofits to Multifamily Affordable Housing in Minnesota

Sponsors: Natural Resource Defense Council

Status: complete