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  • Incorporating Energy Efficiency into HOME-funded Affordable Housing Development Developed By:
  • Who We Are ►Workshop sponsor ● HUD CPD San Francisco Regional Office ►Session developed by ICF International ● Katherine Daniel, Presenter 2
  • Ground Rules ►Ask Questions ►Share Ideas and Strategies ►Learn Together 3
  • Introduction to the Technical Guide 4
  • Purpose of the Technical Guide ►Energy Efficient measures reduce the use of limited resources ►HUD adopted Energy Efficiency Guidelines ● Energy Star New Homes in eligible New Construction ● Maximum feasible efficiency in Rehab ►PJ staff play key role in promoting efficiency in development ►PJ staff need tools to understand, determine, and promote efficiency measures 5
  • History of the Technical Guide ► Started in the Central Valley ● Project purpose ― To provide tools needed to adopt reasonable and appropriate energy efficiency measures into localities public policy ● Worked with several communities to understand: ― HOME practices and procedures ― Efficiency goals ● Modeled savings achieved by various efficiency measures ● Created manual that included: ― Actions PJ staff could adopt to encourage efficiency in development ― Recommendations and descriptions of the most useful measures 6
  • History of the Technical Guide ►Broadened original scope ● Description of common measures to improve energy efficiency in different project types ● Description of the strategies to encourage energy efficiency into different project types ● Description of tools for determining the measures most appropriate to the community ● Energy and Cost Reduction models of most effective measures for four applicable climate zones 7
  • How to Use the Technical Guide 8
  • Who Can Use the Technical Guide ►PJ staff ►CHDOs ►Developers 9
  • How the Technical Guide Is Organized ►Part 1—Energy Efficiency Strategies and Approaches ● New Construction, Rehabilitation, and Homeowner Assistance ―Common Efficiency Measures ―Encouraging Incorporation of Measures ● Tools to determine cost effective measures ● Partners for Leveraging Resources ● Related Programs ―Renewables and Green building 10
  • How the Technical Guide Is Organized ►Part 2—Regional Energy Efficiency Recommendations ● Weather and non-weather sensitive measures ―Non-weather sensitive measures apply anywhere ―Weather sensitive measures appropriate only in some areas ● Four climate zones listed ―California Central Valley ―San Francisco Bay Area ―Mountainous ―Desert 11
  • PJ Staff ►Determining Measures ● Identify type of project ● Review common measures associated with project type ● Analyze costs and savings of measures ● Identify measures to promote 12
  • PJ Staff ►Promoting Efficiency Measures ● Identify project type ● Adopt measures ● Determine promotion strategy ● Prepare for possible resistance ● Establish partnerships to facilitate implementation 13
  • CHDOs and Developers ►Select Measures to Incorporate in Projects ● Identify type of project ● Review common measures associated with project type ● Analyze costs and savings of measures ● Identify measures to promote 14
  • General Topics of Interest If your goal is to understand… See Section(s)… Part 1 The ENERGY STAR program 1 Measures and processes associated with the ENERGY STAR New Homes program for new construction projects 2.1 – 2.2 How to incorporate ENERGY STAR requirements into a HOME new construction / major rehabilitation program 2.3 Creating incentives for efficiency measures in a new construction / major rehabilitation program 2.3.2 Specific efficiency measures to incorporate into an existing HOME affordable housing program 3.1, 3.2.1, 3.3 How to incorporate efficiency requirements into an existing HOME moderate / minor rehabilitation program 3.2 Benefits of incorporating efficiency measures into multi-family buildings 3.1.1 Creating incentives for efficiency measures in a moderate / minor rehabilitation program 3.2.2 How to estimate the energy and cost savings of incorporating efficiency measures into a rehabilitation project 3.1.2, 4.1-4.3 How to estimate the energy and cost savings specific efficiency measures could create in a specific new construction 4.3 or rehabilitation project The roles of partners for a program focused on incorporating efficiency measures into an affordable housing project 5 Programs focusing on sustainability other than energy efficiency 6-7 Part 2 Recommendations about non-weather sensitive efficiency measures to consider for projects 2 Recommendations about weather sensitive efficiency measures to consider for projects in a specific climate zone 3 15
  • Questions and Answers 16