Research & Insights
Green Rewards improvements impact the bottom line
Learn how Fannie Mae Borrowers reduced energy and water costs at multifamily properties with Green Rewards.
Case Study - Ashton Pines
Ashton Pines lowers energy and water usage, reducing utility costs
Case Study - Peartree Apartments
Peartree Apartments saves money, energy, and water through Fannie Mae’s Green Rewards
Case Study - Creekview Apartments
Creekview Apartments cuts costs for tenants through water efficiency improvements
Leveraging utility energy efficiency incentive programs
Did you know that you can pair Green Rewards with your local utility incentive programs? Learn more about how to utilize utility and State Energy Office efficiency programs in conjunction with Green Rewards to leverage greater benefits.
Greater Savings, Lower Costs: Enhancing Green Rewards with Utility Incentive Programs
Guidance to multifamily property owners on how to use utility and State Energy Office efficiency program incentives in conjunction with Green Rewards.Learn More
How to use utility energy efficiency programs with Green Rewards
This one page flow chart helps borrowers understand the process for using utility incentives in conjunction with Green Rewards.Learn More
Analysis of certifications for energy-efficient and healthy multifamily buildings
To drive market transformation, Fannie Mae, Integral Group, and Elementa Engineering conducted an analysis of all certifications for green or healthy multifamily buildings available in the United States. Learn more about this work in the report published in the conference proceedings for the 2020 American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s Summer Study in Buildings.
Driving Market Transformation
Ranking and Rewarding Certifications for Energy-Efficient and Healthy Multifamily Buildings.Download (PDF)
To help multifamily properties reduce energy and water costs, Fannie Mae Multifamily partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to create the 1 to 100 ENERGY STAR Score for Multifamily and the 1 to 100 EPA Water Score for Multifamily. As a result of the Fannie Mae Multifamily Energy and Water Market Research Survey, a 2012 nationwide survey of over 1,000 multifamily properties, the US EPA launched the ENERGY STAR Score for Multifamily in September 2014. The launch of the EPA Water Score for Multifamily followed in October 2017.
Multifamily Customer and Partner Management - Senior Director