Affordable Housing Alliance Case Study

Affordable Housing Alliance

Read how Panasonic’s total home solution significantly contributed to reducing utility consumption, cutting energy bills in half while improving indoor air quality.

 

Affordable Housing Alliance slashes energy costs with a Panasonic ductless heating and cooling solution

In the shore town of Eatontown, NJ, gentrification has made affordable housing increasingly difficult to find for lower-income residents. When the Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) purchased a manufactured housing park behind the Monmouth Mall, it was faced with the challenge of improving living conditions for residents without increasing their costs. Because utility bills for older units exceeded the cost of rent, the AHA made it their goal to significantly reduce utility costs in newer units while encouraging other existing residents to upgrade to an energy efficient manufactured home.

Panasonic’s team provided the technical guidance we needed, plus they have the sleek, low wattage and quiet products to back them up.
Jordan Dentz, VP of the Levy Partnership

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