Energy efficiency retrofits for entire homes and buildings can substantially reduce energy bills for low-income and multifamily residents. These upgrades can also keep families in their homes by helping them avoid eviction, get through storms, and live longer and healthier lives. For several years, Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has delivered programs that improve the energy efficiency of homes for limited-income residents and keep rents affordable. Our...


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