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Several states have enacted legislation and accompanying funding to reduce energy use and costs in apartment buildings.
As our nation strives to incorporate sustainability and become greener, the multifamily sector will set better policies for the efficiency of apartment buildings with a goal to maximize energy efficiency, create the healthiest environment
possible and minimize buildings’ environmental impact. While engaging residents about ways to improve their energy use can be a challenge in the multifamily housing sector, additional owner profit can be captured for providing increased energy efficiency. To effectively implement energy management programs, behavioral change strategies and energy education is a must.
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Responding to the need for leadership training within the apartment industry, NAAEI has partnered with Dale Carnegie Training to deliver a world-class program called the NAAEI Leadership Experience....