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The Nelson’s Project

(Oakland) Single Family

Mr. Gibbs indicated drafty spaces, moisture and high energy bills.  Our team conducted an energy audit and home health assessment that identified lead paint in addition to lack of air sealing, insulation as root causes.  Weatherizing, insulating and installing a mini-split heat pump for Mr. Gibbs resulted in reduced energy bills and health issues,  while increasing comfort.

"My daughters were so uncomfortable in their room, now we hardly even have to run our mini-split, the insulation job is amazing and the moisture smell is gone!!"  - Mr. Gibbs

20131 Grove Street

(Oakland) Affordable Multifamily Housing

After conducting an energy audit and home health assessment, our team worked with an affordable housing manager to layer rebates and grants to provide flexible socially responsible gap financing based on delivered energy savings and solar generation.

"We're so grateful to and the Green Healthy Homes process, with all the moving parts and restrictions on sources of funding we didn't know how we'd make the project work.  Being able to rely on local contractors also made us feel better about the project."

- Diana Sacks, Community Housing Land Trust

The Jefferson’s Lake House

(San Leandro) Commercial Building

After conducting and energy/water audit our team worked with a local commercial laundry business to reduce their water and energy costs by 80%.  Leveraging PG&E and East Bay MUD financing, the project has paid for itself via On Bill Financing in less that 3 years.  (Read the full article by the City of San Leandro)

  • $150,000 project cost ($258,874 savings since November 2018)

  • 12,837,778 gallons of water saved, 101,020 therms

  • 606.12 megatons of CO2 avoided

  • 5,777 reduced discharge of sewage

"That little bit of savings does help cover wages for staff"

- Daniel Navarro, Facility Manager

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