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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508


LEADING THIS OBJECTIVE Trisha Miller Senior Advisor Office of Economic Resilience Matthew Ammon Director Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes FY14 APR PROGRESS UPDATE Detailed update provided under FY14-15 APG Progress Update. MAJOR MILESTONES • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 3/31/2015 Update and align energy criteria for HUD programs, including code updates through publishing Final Determination on the 2009 IECC and ASHRAE 90.1-2007 and action on more recent codes. Achieved as of this publication. 4/30/2015 Release policies supporting innovative financing platforms and models to accelerate energy efficiency finance and leverage new sources, including: Pay for Success for multifamily housing, utility company incentives, commercial PACE, and USDA loan programs. Partially achieved as of this publication. 9/30/2015 Scale up energy efficiency and clean energy solutions through a place-based mitigation strategy. Sixteen Climate Action Champions were announced in December 2014. HUD is participating as a member of the interagency team, connecting Champions to renewable energy TA, advancing equity issues, and community resilience. 9/30/2015 Going beyond the 100 MW Renewable Energy Target: Deploying solar strategies across HUD’s portfolio to secure additional renewable energy commitments by: • Lining-up Capital Solar Challenge partners and projects • Finalizing guidance and new TA resources • Executing a memorandum of understanding with DOE on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to support energy literacy and employment in clean energy 99‹%20Consumption-f3 100 101 102 98 Strategic Goal: Build Strong, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities

9/30/2015 Recruit 100 multifamily partners, allies, and utilities for the Better Buildings Challenge; develop a suite of administrative incentives that will drive greater efficiency savings. 9/30/2015 Release a green Capital Needs Assessment e-tool in multifamily housing 9/30/2016 Implement HUD portfolio-wide utility data collection and benchmarking policies. • Safe and Healthy Housing • Launch 1-100 Energy Star Score for multifamily residential buildings. • Implement PIH benchmarking requirement pilot. Achieved as of this publication. PIH recently completed a one-year pilot of nine PHAs using Energy Star Portfolio Manager to track utility data and generate benchmarking scores. 9/30/2015 Submit proposed Lead Safe Housing Rule Update to OMB. 9/30/2016 Publish Lead Safe Housing Rule Update final rule re: CDC’s new (more stringent) reference range level to protect more children from lead-based paint hazards in HUD assisted housing. MEASURING OUR PROGRESS To track our progress towards this objective, HUD will monitor the following performance indicators. Agency Priority Goal Measure: Number of HUD-assisted or -associated units completing energy efficient and healthy retrofits or new construction (key indicator) To assess our progress towards increasing the energy efficiency and health of the nation’s housing stock, HUD tracks the number of new or retrofitted housing units that are healthy, energy-efficient, or meet green building standards. This measure tracks the number of retrofits and units of new construction meeting energy efficiency and/or healthy home standards. 103 FY12 Actual FY13 Actual FY14 Actual FY14 Target FY15 Target FY16 Target 84,908 75,951 76,337 74,347 104 89,004 105 82,948 103 FY 2012 and FY 2013 historic data has been updated from previously reported totals due to an internal review of granular files that uncovered counting errors. FY 2012 total down from 84,993 reported in the HUD FY 2014 Agency Financial Report, and FY 2013 down from 76,915 in the same report. 104 Revised from 74,297 in the FY 2013 APR and FY 2015 APP to capture PowerSaver 203(k) program. 105 Revised from 84,934 in the same report to capture addition of CDBG-DR-Sandy units, RAD production, and non-PowerSaver 203(k) programs Strategic Goal: Build Strong, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities 99