Green and Resilient Retrofit Program Elements (GRRPE)
Office of Housing, Office of Multifamily Housing Programs, Office of Recapitalization
To support proven and meaningful climate resilience and utility efficiency measures in projects that are already in the process of a recapitalization transaction. Examples of eligible Elements investments include, but are not limited to, installation of electric HVAC heat pumps, Energy Star windows, fire resistant roofs and clean energy generation systems.
Applicant and/or Project Eligibility Requirements
Eligible recipients generally include owners or sponsors of federally assisted housing properties.
This program is a flexible resource for decarbonizing affordable housing properties to improve health, safety, and efficiency of structures. Eligible investments include energy and water efficiency improvement, renewable energy installation, activities that can reduce resident exposure to health risks and environmental hazards, etc.
This program can be used to increase the resilience and efficiency of affordable housing properties, reducing bills and risk for low-income residents. Applicants are required to submit a narrative demonstrating how the proposed projects will benefit persons or communities or color and how it will advance racial equity.