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New ACEEE Study: "Energy Efficiency Loan Financing Proving to be a Low Risk Investment with Large-Scale Potential"

This new study includes analysis of 18 residential energy efficiency loan programs, as well as a key recommendations for policymakers.  A few quantitative results from across the 18 programs: - the default rate was 0-3%- average loan amount was $9,100, with an average interest rate of 5.3%- payback periods were 3-5 years- average annual origination budget was $11 million Obviously these numbers don't mean too much out of context - I have attached the full paper, or go to: …See More
Carolyn Reid added a discussion to the group Energy Efficiency Sep 20, 2011
Carolyn Reid replied to Rebecca Cohen's discussion 'NY on-bill financing legislation' in the group Energy Efficiency
I have been looking into this program, it looks like NYSERDA will be using a lot of the same program requirements that they are using for their unsecured loan program, ENERGY STAR Performance Loans, that launched in November 2010. ENERGY…
Aug 18, 2011
Carolyn Reid replied to HousingPolicy.org team's discussion '8/9 Webinar: Preserving Affordability in Location-Efficient Areas' in the group Transit-Oriented Development
Lisa: You mentioned delayed household formation in the DC metro area. Do you think this is a response to housing costs, changing demographics, or changing cultural preferences (or all of the above)?
Aug 9, 2011

Denver's TOD fund

Denver is undergoing the largest transit infrastructure expansion in the US right now, and has established the first affordable housing Transit Oriented Development (TOD) acquisition fund in the country. The fund is available to buy both vacant land and existing multifamily units. (More here)This seems like a progressive idea to me, but are there already other communities doing the same thing without the specific TOD label for the…See More
Carolyn Reid added a discussion to the group Transit-Oriented Development Jun 21, 2011

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Housing Research Intern
Center for Housing Policy
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Federal level, State level, Local - Rural, Local - Suburban, Local - Urban
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I recently graduated from the Master of Urban and Environmental Planning program at Arizona State University, and I am currently an intern at the Center for Housing Policy.

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