The report finds that LIWP Multifamily has delivered on its ambitious goals, including:
- Building decarbonization: LIWP Multifamily has reduced reliance on burning fossil fuels onsite in participating properties by offering high-efficiency electrification measures. 68% of participants received heat pumps, which can electrify over 90% of heating and hot water energy use in homes.
- Farmworker housing: The LIWP program administrator has committed $5M of Multifamily program funds to upgrades for farmworker homes.
LIWP is administered by the California Department of Community Services and Development, which selected the Association for Energy Affordability to implement the Multifamily component of LIWP across the state. The California Housing Partnership works closely with the Association for Energy Affordability to lead outreach and education efforts for LIWP Multifamily. This report includes a wealth of new information about the impacts of the program.