Multifamily Efficiency Program
Let us do all the work and save you money
There are plenty of opportunities for multifamily property owners or managers to reduce costs while maintaining tenants’ comfort. As energy and water bills rise, tenants put pressure on owners as they demand more comfortable units. OUC’s Multifamily Efficiency Program (MFEP) is specifically designed to assist multifamily property owners improve energy and water efficiency in their communities while leveraging our rebates.
Make your property more inviting and efficient with these improvements:
- Attic Insulation
- Cool / Reflective Roof
- Duct Repair / Replacement
- ENERGY STAR Heat Pump Water Heater
- ENERGY STAR® Windows
- Florida Water Star Certification
- Heat Pump / Straight Cool HVAC
- Smart Irrigation Controller
- Ultra Low Flow Toilet
- Window Film
Download Incentives and Requirements
Here’s how it works:
To get started, contact OUC’s Conservation Coordinator to schedule a property assessment. The Coordinator will provide a full energy and water evaluation, which will outline the recommended conservation upgrades and payback periods for each improvement. With the owner’s or designee’s approval to move forward, OUC will oversee the project completion from start to finish utilizing our Preferred Contractor Network or a contractor of your choice.
For more information, call 407-434-2256 or email email@example.com to get started today!
Communities That Have Participated in MFEP
Sawgrass Apartments has obtained nearly $50,000 in rebates to help their residents conserve energy and water. As a result of their efforts, they were presented with the inaugural Multifamily Energy & Water Efficiency Excellence Award at the Apartment Association of Greater Orlando’s annual Golden Key Awards gala. Learn more
Amelia Court at Creative Village received nearly $190,000 in rebates for the energy-saving equipment they elected to install when the property was built. More than half was awarded for installation of heat pump water heaters which save residents on their water heating consumption. In addition, the community installed 15-16 SEER heat pump air conditioning systems which help residents conserve during the summer and the winter. Overall, we estimate the customer savings per apartment is $300 annually as compared to a standard, new apartment with building code minimum efficiency equipment. Learn more
Request Free Water Conservation Kits Today
(limited quantities available)
Replacing older showerheads and faucet aerators is a great way to help your residents and community conserve water, and they also save energy if electric water heaters are installed. We have a limited supply of water conservation kits available on a first-request, first-serve basis. Each kit includes an efficient showerhead (white), faucet aerator (chrome), and toilet tank leak detecting tablets.
If you’re interested please contact Conservation Support at 407-434-2256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.