The Preservation Though Energy Efficiency Initiative is designed to provide multifamily owners, developers and managers with tools and knowledge needed to finance and implement high impact retrofits and efficiency measures across their portfolios. The program explores a variety retrofit models that can be implemented on their own or in conjunction with a recapitalization of a property.
The curriculum emphasizes transactional economics with an emphasis on successful examples with replicable strategies. We emphasize low-cost/high-impact tools and methods. Participants are provided with “real deal” data and actionable strategies necessary to mobilize their organization. The program helps you identify readily available (and often local) financing sources and provide you with insight into the pro’s and con’s of different approaches, financing tools and technical resources. Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge you need to make informed investment decisions and connect you with a network of like-minded owners and professionals to share experiences with and help implement your vision.
The curriculum is designed to maximize opportunities for sophisticated developers and portfolio owners of multifamily rental properties with an interest in the preservation of LIHTC, Section 8, Public Housing and USDA RD properties. The program is geared for senior executives and key decision makers at affordable housing firms (i.e. President/CEO, CFO, COO, EVP of Property Management, Asset Management, Development, & other key decision making executives) who can fast-track implementation of energy efficiency changes in their companies and portfolios. Private owners, entrepreneurial non-profits and housing authorities alike will benefit from this program.
Additional content and technical assistance is available through an interactive Knowledge Exchange, a web-portal hosted on NH&RA’s housingonline.com. This searchable online database indexes resources, case-studies, best practices, articles and program information that can be used to facilitate energy efficiency and retrofit transactions. PTEE attendees also have access to a private social networking tool where they can ask questions, share experiences and learn from their fellow attendees and faculty on energy and utility efficiency initiatives.
Contact NH&RA at 202-939-1750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.