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Save Energy in Your Apartment

Whether you rent your home or own a rental property, there are many opportunities to make your home or property more efficient, comfortable, and affordable. Taking energy-saving actions brings benefits to both renters and landlords—lower energy bills, better air quality, and greater safety, among many others. NYSERDA offers the resources and tips to help both renters and landlords make and afford home energy improvements.

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Energy Savings for Renters

As a renter, you may feel as though you don’t have control over the energy costs in your home. But there are many no- to low-cost opportunities to save energy without making major changes to your space. For example, replacing inefficient light bulbs, using a programmable thermostat, and getting the correctly sized window air conditioner are some simple energy-saving tips that can reduce your monthly energy bills.

Renters can access a variety of programs and assistance to reduce energy use, save money, and improve their comfort at home.

Opportunities for Apartment Renters & Owners

Energy Savings for Landlords

As a landlord, you can improve your building or rental property by increasing its energy performance. With each energy-related upgrade you make, your property can become more efficient, marketable, and profitable.

Opportunities for Landlords and Co-ops

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