The City of Fremont is pleased to announce that the Bay Area Multifamily Building Enhancements (BAMBE) program is offering technical and financial support to multifamily residential properties to help upgrade inefficient energy systems and water fixtures.
Through the BAMBE program, eligible properties earn $750 per unit for upgrades to any of the following: windows, insulation, furnaces, water heaters, lighting, toilets, and appliances. The program also offers no-cost consulting with an energy and water expert that helps property owners customize their improvement package and allows them to use their own contractors.
BAMBE has already proven successful for property owners in Fremont. At the October 4th Fremont City Council meeting, the Priya Living complex was recognized for utilizing the program to install new energy-efficient windows and insulation. The upgrades have reduced energy use by an estimated 13.4 percent and greenhouse gas emissions by 4.67 metric tons.
If you are a property owner of a multifamily residential complex with five or more attached dwelling units, please join the City for a free informational workshop to learn more about the program’s offerings.
Thursday, November 17
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Lunch Provided)
City of Fremont Development Services Center
Niles Conference Room
39550 Liberty St.
For more information, visit their Website, send an email, or call 855-213-2838.