Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) updated its Multifamily Portfolio Carbon Emissions Roadmap, which allows portfolio owners to create action plans to reduce their annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in CO2 equivalent.
The first update allows users to quickly identify properties located in disadvantaged communities (according to EPA CEJST and aligning with the Justice 40 Initiative) so they may consider the equity implications of their investments.
The second, allows users to generate lists of properties on which to focus their decarbonization efforts. As an example, if a user is planning for deep energy retrofits for half of their properties in Georgia, the Roadmap will provide property-level information, like annual energy costs, carbon emissions intensity and how that property is performing relative to others to help the user determine which properties should be prioritized.
The updated SAHF Carbon Roadmap joins a suite of decarbonization tools and resources, including a recently released developer-focused multifamily retrofit electrification case study about POAH’s Salem Heights.