Part II consists of a sample project feasibility analysis and peer share by affordable housing providers who have implemented solar installations, followed by a forum for questions and answers with contacts from California’s affordable housing solar financing programs. Topics of discussion include:
- Solar project analysis and feasibility
- Installing solar PV on new or existing multifamily affordable housing buildings (peer share)
- Landscape of solar financing options and funding programs Q&A (SOMAH, LIWP, CAMR and BQuest)
This training is intended for affordable housing development and management professionals including personnel in asset management, sustainability, operations and maintenance, lending/investing, architecture, and real estate development (HDTI and BAHIP cohorts are encouraged to register). Participation will be limited to these groups.
Training is 2 hours and held via Zoom. This is a live, interactive event – no recording will be made available.
There is a single registration for both Part I and Part II of the Institute.