In recognition of the key role that energy and water costs play in the long-term financial feasibility of operating affordable housing, the California Housing Partnership convenes the Green Rental home Energy Efficiency Network (GREEN) to collaboratively increase access to solar, energy efficiency and water conservation resources for low-income renters and affordable housing properties. Founded in 2010, GREEN now includes more than 50 nonprofit and government housing organizations active throughout California with extensive experience with financing, installing and maintaining clean and efficient energy systems in their multifamily affordable residential properties.
Energy Affordability: Advance state solar, energy efficiency and energy storage programs and solutions for the low-income multifamily rental sector.
Water Affordability: Work at the state and local level to increase affordable housing and low-income household access to water affordability and conservation resources.
Financing Solutions: Advise on development of energy financing tools such as On-Bill Repayment and On-Bill Financing.
Los Angeles: Advance energy and water affordability solutions for the low-income multifamily rental sector in the City of Los Angeles.
Oct. 12 – Nov. 16, 2020
Affordable Housing Building Decarbonization Summit (Convenings)
Oct. 20, 2020
GREEN Talk – Clean Energy Series: Resources for the Bay Area (Webinar)
Aug. 19, 2020
LABBC 8th Annual Building Technology Showcase (Panel)
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Clean Energy Series: Resources for Southern California (Webinar)
NON-MEMBERS – Request to join the GREEN network: firstname.lastname@example.org
MEMBERS – Request to be added to the Google group: email@example.com
To sign up for the GREEN mailing list: Select “GREEN” from the Partnership’s email list options-
GREEN Advisory Board
The GREEN Advisory Board includes leaders from nonprofit affordable housing organizations who guide the California Housing Partnership’s work to increase and enhance energy and water resources for multifamily affordable rental properties and low-income renters in California. The Board also ensures that our policy priorities remain grounded in the needs and issues of our nonprofit owner constituency and the low-income households they serve by providing strategic input on GREEN’s work. The current Advisory Board includes:
- Andrea McGovern, Senior Asset Management Specialist, Self-Help Enterprises
- Caitlin Rood, National Environmental Sustainability Director, Mercy Housing
- Christopher French, Assistant Asset Manager, Hollywood Community Housing Corporation
- Dave Brenner, Project Manager, Fresno Housing Authority
- Kranti Malik, Portfolio and Sustainability Associate, BRIDGE Housing
- Ruchi Shah, Sustainability Program Manager, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
- Sochiata Vutthy, Senior Asset Manager, Community HousingWorks
- Tom White, Associate Director of Building Performance and Sustainability, Eden Housing