Mary Fox, Director of Public Housing
A safe, comfortable, and livable home should be available to everyone. Unfortunately, a continued reduction in capital funding for public housing means that residents oftentimes have to deal with deteriorating living conditions, and residency in unsafe buildings with less than ideal environments.
I recently attended the 2017 NAHRO Conference and Exhibition where the topic of RAD was discussed at length. RAD provides PHAs and developers with additional financing options as it relates to technology implementation and infrastructure upgrades. While more options may seem overwhelming, entering into either a Public Private Partnership (P3) or an Energy Performance Contract (EPC) with an energy service company (ESCO) like Johnson Controls can help streamline the decision-making process, and ensure the right investments are translating into long-term results as well as ongoing utility savings.
Contact us at 888-211-9008, and learn about how EPC and P3 can improve public housing.
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