AEA role in California Multifamily Rehab Project featured in Energy OutWest newsletter

The Association for Energy Affordability’s recent work for the Community Housing Partnership (CHP) on a project to rehabilitate “The Cambridge,” a 7-story affordable housing property at 473 Ellis Street in San Francisco built in 1926, was highlighted in the current issue of the Energy OutWest enewsletter.

AEA has enabled CHP to achieve the highest score possible under the Sustainable Building Methods section of the Tax Credit Allocation Committee’s (TCAC) program regulations.

AEA performed the energy audit and energy savings analysis, as well as GreenPoint Rating consulting and verification services, and has coordinated the commissioning process and ongoing data trend monitoring services in order to assist CHP in rehabilitating this building and meeting the goals of the organization to deliver a green, high performance building. 

To read the full Energy OutWest article, click here.

For more information about our TCAC services in California, click here.

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