ICAST was able to help Archway Housing Authority reduce utility costs by 39% in this 4-story 55-unit apartment building. Archway reserve funds and ICAST grant funding were leveraged to invest in comprehensive energy and water conservation measures. These savings were passed on to their residents, reducing costs for low-income households by 20%.
Rifle Housing Authority
Faced with rising utility prices, Rifle Housing Authority sought to upgrade its complex of 27-quadplex apartment buildings. This 30 year old facility consists of 106 units and 3 common areas in total. An ICAST retrofit was able to reduce gas and electricity consumption, thereby lowering utility costs and increasing net operating income.
This 3-building, 55-unit apartment complex was built in 1972. When ICAST made its initial assessment of the property, the original heating system and cooling system units were still operating. Installing energy efficient technology proved to drastically reduce the energy costs of the complex.
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DMA Plaza management sought to address the rising cost of electricity at its facility. The 11-story building contains 126 units, of which 50 are reserved for assisted living. ICAST retrofit services helped reduce electricity consumption by ~25% to hedge against rising utility costs and improve resident comfort.