New York City Housing Authority and EDF: Energy Savings from Wireless Energy Modules
New York City Housing Authority worked with EDF Climate Corps to analyze the energy savings potential of installing Wireless Energy Modules across its portfolio. The EDF Climate Corps fellows found that the project would lead to more consistent, comfortable temperatures for residents, save $56 million in NYCHA’s annual costs and avoid 177,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions each year.
"Having an EDF Climate Corps fellow allowed us to focus attention on long-term energy investment planning as well as on a couple of short-term projects that we needed answers on right away. As a one-person sustainability program at the City of Bloomington, having an additional person makes a huge difference in my ability to have an impact. I wouldn't hesitate to participate in the program again."
- Jacqui Bauer, COB Sustainability Coordinator, City of Bloomington