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Fall Conferences

Meet the PG&E Multifamily Owner Services team at two upcoming affordable housing conferences: San Joaquin Valley Housing Collaborative’s 8th Annual San Joaquin Valley Affordable Housing Summit on September 19 in Visalia and the Non-profit Housing Association of Northern California’s (NPH) 40th Annual Affordable Housing Conference on September 20 in San Francisco. Continue reading Fall Conferences

Why Multifamily Properties Should Consider Heat Pumps

Why Multifamily Properties Should Consider Heat Pumps

When it comes to heating and cooling homes in PG&E service territory—which mostly features a mild, Mediterranean-type climate—heat pumps are a great alternative to air conditioners (AC) and furnaces. Heat pumps provide exceptional efficiency, can enhance safety, and improve indoor air quality. Continue reading Why Multifamily Properties Should Consider Heat Pumps

Featured Partner: The Association for Affordable Energy

The Association for Energy Affordability, Inc. is dedicated to achieving energy efficiency in new and existing buildings in order to foster and maintain affordable and healthy housing and communities, especially those of low income.  AEA representatives engage in a broad range of educational, technical and construction management activities and services to promote this mission and develop the industry that advances and sustains it. Continue reading Featured Partner: The Association for Affordable Energy

Featured Energy Consultant: Gilleran Energy Management

Gilleran Energy Management is an accomplished, results-oriented energy management company with over twenty years of broad-based experience in energy engineering and management. Staff have exceptional analytic, planning, and organizational abilities coupled with excellent leadership, interpersonal and communication skills. Gilleran has a sound reputation for commitment to the highest standards in both technical specialties and professional relations. Continue reading Featured Energy Consultant: Gilleran Energy Management

New California Assembly bills: How will they affect your property?

Last fall, the California State Assembly passed a suite of bills that seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote new technologies, and decrease energy use in California’s existing and new building stock. The most prominent of these bills, SB 100, commits California to 100 percent renewable energy by 2045. This article provides a high-level overview of these bills and how they may affect multifamily properties. Continue reading New California Assembly bills: How will they affect your property?