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The Federal Housing Finance Administration (FHFA) just released new requirements for the 2019 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Green Lending Programs. The new requirements may increase the implementation cost of these loans for some borrowers. However, with careful consideration of the type and quantity of energy-saving and water-saving measures implemented, this cost can be minimized. […]

New York City Local Law 87

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Energy Audits and Retro-Commissioning for Building Owners and Managers As part of New York City’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan (GGBP), Local Law 87 (LL87) mandates Energy Audits and Retro-Commissioning every ten years for all buildings over 50,000 square feet. LL87 provides building owners and managers insight into energy consumption and building performance with the goal […]

Green Lending and Multifamily Incentives in the Greater NYC Area

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Partner Engineering and Science’s, Melissa Dahl recently wrote an blog post encouraging borrowers to take advantage of green lending and multifamily incentives in the greater NYC area. The multifamily green financing programs within both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have been extremely successful, with Fannie Mae closing on 500 green multi-family transactions through October 2017. […]

Developers are betting big on energy-saving buildings

Tony Liou weighs in on the new role energy efficiency plays in Commercial Real Estate: In the past, institutional investors would qualify managers by investments and returns, according to Tony Liou, president of Partner Energy. “Now it is, ‘What is your sustainability plan?’ ” Liou says. “They want to know what you are going to […]

Investing Confidently in Energy Efficiency Projects

Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Investor Ready Energy Efficiency certification is setting a new global standard when it comes to energy efficiency projects. John Rockwell shares his insights on how the ICP is finding practical solutions and generating trustworthiness in energy efficiency projects nationwide. Read the full article here.    

Changes are coming for CA’s Energy Disclosure Law (AB1103)!

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The State is currently proposing major revisions to its existing energy disclosure law. These revisions will make compliance more manageable for building owners, owner’s representatives, and consultants. Some of the changes will help immediately, some will take time to effectively implement but here are the highlights: The compliance document will be the ENERGY STAR Statement […]

How Can I Be GRESB Ready?

  With the launch of the 2015 GRESB Survey, many portfolio owners are looking for ways to improve the energy and sustainability performance of their buildings. In this GlobeSt.com Blog, Partner Energy’s John Rockwell summarizes what you can do to achieve a more favorable GRESB rating as well as ways boost your existing GRESB score. […]

Leveraging Multiple Funding Sources to Pay for your Green Development

Partner Energy’s Senior Project Manager, Lance Collins (AIA, LEED AP), recently published a blog on GlobeSt.com about how to leverage several funding sources for green development. Lance highlights the recent Partner Energy project for Arbor Green Apartments in Carson, CA  as a case study in the vast number and types of rebates and incentives available for […]

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