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Green Affordable Housing
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Editors: Gerald N. Burlinghouse
Book Description:
HUD has taken steps to promote energy efficiency by providing information, training, and technical assistance, but its efforts have limitations. HUD has also provided some financial incentives to promote green building, including energy efficiency, for public housing and for a small segment of the multifamily properties HUD supports. Additionally, HUD has developed some performance measures to track the progress of its energy efficiency efforts. However, HUD has not begun requiring energy-efficient products and appliances in its public housing properties, as required by statute. HUD has also not implemented major energy efficiency updates to the building code for manufactured housing in more than a decade. Without such requirements and updates, public housing authorities may be spending more on utility expenses than is necessary and manufacturers may lack an incentive to build energy-efficient manufactured homes.

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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Green Affordable Housing: HUD Has Made Progress in Promoting Green Building, but Expanding Efforts Could Help Reduce Energy Costs and Benefit Tenants pp. 1-52
(GAO)

Chapter 2. Statement of Tom Hicks of the U.S. Green Building Council before the House Committee on Financial Services on H.R. 6078, The Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods Act of 2008, June 11, 2008 pp. 53-80

Chapter 3. Testimony of Doris W. Koo, President and Chief Executive Officer, Enterprise Community Partners For the Committee on Financial Services, United States House of Representatives "H.R. 6078: The Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods Act of 2008" June 11, 2008 pp. 81-92

Chapter 4. Statement of Jerry Howard, on Behalf of the National Association of Home Builders Before the House Committee on Financial Services, June 11, 2008 pp. 93-110

Chapter 5. Written Statement of Michael Freedberg, HUD Energy Task Force, Division of Affordable Housing Research and Technology, Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Hearing before the Committee on Financial Services, United States House of Representatives, June 11, 2008 pp. 111-128

Index

   Series:
      Housing Issues, Laws and Programs
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 139 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-831-8
   Status: AV
  
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