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Delivering Dignity Through High Performance Affordable Multifamily Construction, 11/5, 6-9pm, Branford, CT

Construction,Affordable Green Housing,Connecticut Passive House

by mkilmartin Intern

Affordable multifamily construction poses both unique challenges and opportunities for healthy indoor environments and energy, water, and material efficiency. While scheduling and cost often dictate specifications, many housing authorities … more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 673 views | Posted on: 10/18/2019 | Last updated: 10/18/2019

Building an Accessory Dwelling Unit on Your Property in Portland, Oregon, Saturday October 5

Accessory Dwelling Units,ADUs

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

The goal for this class is to help you, the homeowner, build an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) that will augment your property, maximize your space, and add flexibility to your life. This class will help you understand the essential elements… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 255 views | Posted on: 09/19/2019 | Last updated: 09/20/2019

Ecocity World Summit 2019, October 7-11, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Green Building,Sustainable Infrastructure,Sustainable Communities,Affordable Green Housing,Vancouver Canada

by mkilmartin Intern

Can cities be both ecologically healthy and socially just? There are no easy answers, not even in Vancouver, one of the world’s greenest cities. Yet multiple solutions are emerging with new leadership and new partnerships. Ecocity 201… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 300 views | Posted on: 09/18/2019 | Last updated: 09/18/2019

Clean Energy-Powered Affordable Housing Startup in Chicago: 548 Capital LLC

Affordable Housing,Energy Efficiency,Solar

by AbbieKnight

Robert “A.J” Patton and Erica Johnson, childhood friends who grew up in low-income communities, recently launched 548 Capital LLC, a company that aims to provide better quality and more sustainable housing to lower-income r… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 1205 views | Posted on: 09/08/2019 | Last updated: 11/20/2019

Zero Energy Modular (ZEM) Home Open House Tour, June 8, Bellows Falls, VT

zero energy buildings,ZEM

by Gina Pryciak Student

Ever wondered how healthy, comfortable, and resilient a new home could be? Visit an open house to learn about Efficiency Vermont’s Zero Energy Modular (ZEM) Program and see Vermod built ZEM On Tour, Efficiency Vermont’s … more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 266 views | Posted on: 06/03/2019 | Last updated: 06/03/2019

Study: Renters Expect a Green Living Environment and They Are Willing to Pay $300 Extra For It

by YijunW

Nowadays, renters are expecting sustainable features such as energy efficiency and good indoor air quality in their apartments. It is a trend that is supported by the government. The entire multifamily financing offered by Fannie Mae, w… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 1729 views | Posted on: 07/12/2018 | Last updated: 07/16/2018

The Next Generation of Housing – Prefabricated Homes

Affordable Housing,Prefabricated Homes

by Eileen Flynn Student

Traditionally, the process of constructing a house takes place on the same piece of land where the house will stay when completed. Construction teams travel to the same outdoor site for months and are forced to deal with space restrictions,… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

1 replies | 2242 views | Posted on: 06/28/2018 | Last updated: 07/13/2018

Energy Efficiency and Solar Energy Can Help Make Housing Affordable Again, ACEEE Report Suggests

Affordable Housing,Energy Efficiency,Solar Energy

by Eileen Flynn Student

Many people view green building as an extra expense to an already difficult experience of finding somewhere to live, and afford to live. However, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) has released a report called "Our… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 1551 views | Posted on: 06/06/2018 | Last updated: 06/12/2018

Power monitoring and submetering 101- March 13, 14 - 2 locations in WI -

by Yishan

Want to reduce energy and operational costs, improve power and equipment reliability and minimize expensive downtime? Whether you’re a facility manager or business executive, of course you do. Join us to discuss how power monitoring syste… more...

  Filed under: Green Affordable Housing

0 replies | 350 views | Posted on: 03/04/2018 | Last updated: 06/25/2018

2017 New Gravity Housing Conference, August 3

Affordable Housing,Climate C

by AbbieKnight

The reality of climate change will fundamentally alter the way buildings are designed, built, and operated in the coming decades. At the same time, the need for quality affordable housing that can withstand increasingly extreme and volatile… more...

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0 replies | 672 views | Posted on: 07/13/2017 | Last updated: 07/18/2017

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