On March 15 State leaders helped kick off a new program from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to support the building of more energy-efficient, low-income housing.
The announcement was made on Friday at the new, all-electric Vista Ballona development in the Los Angeles Mar Vista neighborhood, which is the type of project the program hopes to encourage. The program offers $60 million in incentives to builders who construct innovative, energy-efficient and healthier housing for low-income Californians. Applications are being accepted until funds are fully distributed.
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