Cincinnati Empowers Building Owners to Go Green

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While some cities focus on combating only one aspect of climate change, Cincinnati is tackling it with a multipronged approach as part of its Green Cincinnati Plan to achieve 100 percent renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions by 2035. Last year, Hamilton County successfully passed Issue 7, which will improve and promote cleaner transit and the City launched the largest municipal solar project in the country. In 2021  Cincinnati is moving right along from transit and renewable energy to its next goal of achieving equitable energy access in residential buildings through a new small-grants initiative to encourage building owners to make energy-efficient upgrades to multifamily buildings, specifically those with low-income tenants.

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