Energy Efficiency and its Relationship to Household Income in Multifamily Rental Housing
A 2012 study by Dr.Gary Pivo at the University of Arizona that examines the energy efficiency of multifamily rentals in comparison to other housing types and its relationship to household income.
The Impact of Energy Efficient Design and Construction on LIHTC Housing in Virginia
Housing Virginia and Virginia Tech’s Center for Housing Research released this 2014 study that demonstrates the impact of energy efficient construction requirements in affordable rental housing. The report shows that the average resident of an energy efficient apartment saves $54 per month on their electricity bill, which amounts to $648 annually.
Multifamily Housing and Energy Efficiency: An Opportunity for Virginia to Lead
A report published in November 2017 by the Multifamily Energy Efficiency Coalition.