Beyond Incentives: Market-Based Funding to Decarbonize Affordable Housing

As we consider how to decarbonize affordable multifamily housing communities, it is imperative to establish market-based momentum that does not solely rely on regulations and subsidy programs that may change year to year. Panelists will discuss the financing tools available to support a market in which decarbonization is business as usual. They will also showcase a set of financing solutions, as well as culture shifts, enabling them to invest in climate solutions for disadvantaged communities.

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Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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The Forum

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Approved for one credit hour through AIA (LU), BOC, NARI, Phius, and RESNET.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how the city and state are providing climate leadership in the area of building decarbonization, and providing financing to help building owners and developers meet climate goals and regulations.
  • Analyze the role that financing providers in NY play as a source of funding for building decarbonization in affordable housing.
  • Access multiple types of financing for building decarbonization projects.
  • Compare how different leading developers are financing sustainability and building decarbonization in affordable housing development and retrofits in New York City.

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