As municipal and state regulations targeting carbon emissions in buildings slowly come online, multifamily building emissions are becoming most critical.
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California utility regulators have a decision to make about the financing of solar projects, and so
do multifamily housing property owners.
Regulators are considering greatly reduced rates for utility customers who feed solar energy to
the grid. A December 2021 proposed decision by the California Public Utiliti...
Environmental efforts have historically taken a backseat during recessions. But real estate’s significant contributions to the carbon footprint necessitate a change in thinking regardless of the economic climate.
When Ford, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz and other auto manufacturers last year pledged to phase out sales of gas and diesel vehicles worldwide by 2040, the most immediate impact on commercial real estate came in the form of multibillion-dollar plans to build domestic factories and battery plants.
Residents in multifamily communities are concerned more than ever about sustainability and their roles as consumers of sustainable development. There are more extreme weather patterns occurring in the past few years, which are caused by the planet’s average surface temperature rising 2.12 degrees Fahrenheit (1.18 degrees Celsius) in the past 200 years. Increased carbon d...