Madison Park Housing Energy Efficiency research project marked completion of the summer phase August 20, 2013

in City Planning & Urban Affairs, Enrique Silva, Faculty News, MET News
September 16th, 2013

Enrique SilvaThe Boston University Madison Park Housing Energy Efficiency project joined industry partners and the Madison Park Village community in Roxbury, MA, on August 20th to celebrate the end of the summer research phase. This initial stage consisted of base-line research to understand behavior patterns related to energy consumption in the community. The group’s ultimate objective is to provide improved information and incentives for both landlord and tenants in order to reduce the cost of energy and increase efficiency. MET was represented at the event by Enrique Silva—Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and City Planning, and one of four faculty members making up the BU team. Read more at BU’s Clean Energy & Environmental Sustainability Initiative