Location is just one more piece of the puzzle that must be considered in determining the potential for energy savings at a given property. Across San Diego County we have microclimates that affect not only the temperature, but the change in temperature during a given day. Inland valleys expect more sunny days with higher temperatures, while coastal areas are more moderate year-round. More extreme temperature fulgurations typically mean heavier use of equipment like air conditioning or furnaces to maintain comfort levels in a building. Because of this greater energy use intensity, properties located in these fluctuating climates tend to see greater energy savings when upgrading outdated equipment. We see this first hand when comparing the energy savings potential between Northern California and Southern California just as in comparing moderate coastal climates with inland areas.
Despite deeper savings potential for properties in inland climates, the EUC MF program has had significant participation from coastal properties in the central San Diego Coastal region. The majority of the participating properties fall in the middle of the county, with North County Inland and South Bay tied with five properties each. Below is a list broken down by region:
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In 2017, we will further streamline the program to make it even easier to make energy efficiency upgrades. With more demand than ever, it is time to let us know if you are interested in participating in next year’s program. If you are planning upgrades to your multifamily property call us now! We will be contacting those on our interest list to share the details of the upcoming program.
To add your property to the 2017 interest list contact Nicole Beaulieu at email@example.com or call 916-844-0084