Facilitating Electrification through Utility Allowances

This is a public session on Day 2 of the Partnership’s 2021 Affordable Housing Decarbonization Summit, October 12-14. Summit Overview This summit on building decarbonization will discuss the practical challenges and public policy implications of the electrification of new and existing affordable housing buildings. View Summit Details and Registration


Challenges and Key Takeaways: Prioritizing California’s Affordable Housing in the Transition Towards Equitable Building Decarbonization

This is a session on Day 1 of the Partnership’s 2021 Affordable Housing Decarbonization Summit, October 12-14. View the Report Summit Overview This summit on building decarbonization will discuss the practical challenges and public policy implications of the electrification of new and existing affordable housing buildings. View Summit Details and Registration


Preparing for Growth in the Valley: How Grid Resiliency Creates a Secure and Sustainable Future

This is a session on Day 3 of the San Joaquin Valley Affordable Housing Summit, September 21-23. San Joaquin Valley is experiencing exponential growth that is demanding more energy from its underprepared grid. The grid’s functionality is not only important for business and essential services but more importantly, stable energy is necessary to provide crucial – life saving – heat Read More


Prioritizing Resilience in Climate-Responsive Housing

This is a session on Day 1 of Verdical Group’s 2021 Net Zero Conference, September 14-16. Zero-carbon housing design should prioritize long-term robust building operations and community resilience. Driven by statewide GHG targets, reach codes, R&D investment and industry innovation have pushed rapid electrification in affordable housing. Electrification holds promise for long-term community health and well-being. But when the policies and investments Read More


Decarbonize California Now: Convening the Conversation of the Century

Join USGBC for a conversation with California leaders in building sector carbon mitigation. We will explore how decarbonization is at the center of California’s ambitious climate goals and look to what is changing for building professionals. California currently has the most stringent energy efficiency standards in the country, and its policy framework creates opportunities to support meeting Paris Agreement goals Read More


Solar 101 Institute, Part II

PART II: Solar Resources for Multifamily Affordable Housing Part II will focus on providing an overview of the landscape of solar funding and resources for multifamily affordable housing in California including low-income energy efficiency and solar programs such as the Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP) and the Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH) program, along with program case studies. Topics of Read More


Solar 101 Institute, Part I

PART I: Intro to Solar PV for Multifamily Part I will focus on the basics of solar PV and break down important considerations for the pre-development, installation, and post-installation phases. Topics of discussion include:  Introduction to solar PV and solar benefits System components and system design considerations Tenant solar through Virtual Net Metering (VNEM) PV project timeline and important considerations Read More


Earth Day 2021: Resources for Bill Savings, Resiliency, and Building Electrification – Southern California

The California Housing Partnership (the Partnership), in coordination with SCANPH, is excited to host the webinar, Earth Day 2021: Resources for Bill Savings, Resiliency, and Building Electrification on Thursday, April 22 at 11am.  The COVID-19 pandemic, recent natural disasters, as well as a push by state and local leaders to shift away from natural gas have all highlighted the importance Read More


Supporting Regional Recovery Through Clean Energy Resources, Central Valley Region

The California Housing Partnership, in partnership with Self-Help Enterprises, is excited to host a webinar on Supporting Regional Recovery Through Clean Energy Resources on Wednesday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m.  As the recovery process from the COVID-19 pandemic begins, it is vital that communities know about the resources that are available now to help prioritize health, safety, and direct financial Read More