REMINDER: Complimentary webinar on innovations in green affordable multifamily


National Housing Conference INVITATION
Image of an affordable multifamily project from NHT's action guide
What: A webinar on the outcomes of green building and the need to implement policies that incentivize green building in multifamily housing.

When: Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. EST

Where: Register Here

Host: The National Housing Conference

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Green building programs and technologies implemented in multifamily affordable construction and renovation projects can reduce construction and operational costs for developers and property managers, improve the quality of life for low-income residents and reduce the cost of their utilities.

Register for this webinar to learn more about the outcomes of green building and the need to implement policies that incentivize it. Our panelists will discuss the outcomes of a one-year study on the impact of green affordable housing conducted by Southface and the Virginia Center for Housing Research at Virginia Tech, and the opportunities and barriers affordable housing developers, managers and housing finance administrators face in pursuing green building standards.

Register now for this free webinar

In addition to being able to watch live, all registrants will receive a follow-up email with links to presentations and a video recording after the webinar. Find archived webinars on our website.

When: Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST

Who: Speakers for this webinar are:

Alex Trachtenberg, Associate, Community Sustainability Services and Policy, Southface

Andrew McCoy, Director of the Virginia Center for Housing Research, Virginia Tech University

Orlando Artze, Executive Vice President and COO, Community Housing Partners

Register for the webinar now

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