PGW and PECO Utility Rebates and Grants for Multifamily Properties

Share List PGW and PECO Utility Rebates and Grants for Multifamily Properties PGW’s Low Income Multifamily Efficiency (LIME) program offers free or low cost energy saving retrofits to owners of income-qualified multifamily housing. PGW also offers EnergySense programs, providing rebates for high efficiency equipment and grants for new construction projects and retrofits to existing buildings….

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Residential Utility Rebates for Low-Income Housing Projects

Share List In this webinar, Performance Systems Development (PSD) representatives will discuss Residential Utility Rebates for low-income housing projects. As the implementer of the residential new construction programs for major Pennsylvania Utilities – FirstEnergy, PPL, PECO, UGI and PGW – PSD will discuss the Energy Rebate Analysis (ERA) required with applications beginning with the 2016-17…

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26Feb

From Blight to Bright: Modern, Energy-Efficient Apartment Complex Replaces Deteriorated School in Roxbury

Share List The Tribune-Democrat An etched stone sign still reads “Public School” at the corner of Roxbury Avenue and Sell Street. But now that sign serves as a gateway to a modern apartment building. Featuring 43 units, Roxbury Place is the first new development of its size within the city in decades – and also…

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08Jan

How a PA Affordable Housing Agency is Making Ultra-Efficient Buildings Mainstream

Share List The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Architect Laura Nettleton is standing in a former classroom in a 120-year-old elementary school that she helped turn into one of the most energy-efficient apartment buildings in Pittsburgh. She is talking, metaphorically, about coats. Her coat — stylish and black with wide sleeves and an open collar — is the…

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07Aug

How Cities Can Incorporate Green Technology to Improve Resident Outcomes and Save Billions

Share List Cities across the country experience higher summer temperatures and worse air pollution than surrounding suburban and rural areas, and low-income communities in cities—which generally have greater population density, dark surfaces, and less tree coverage—feel these effects even more. Excess heat and poor air quality are tied to increased health problems, high energy bills,…

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