Source: NYCEEC estimates based on available data.
Source: Infographic figures are based on available data. Not all figures shown in the infographic include data for all projects (e.g., operating data associated with certain pre-development loans may be unavailable). Relationships between figures reflect these limitations. The figures shown in the infographic are revised periodically to reflect new projects and new data on existing projects (e.g., changes in project scope that produce upward or downward revisions). Environmental impacts based on estimates over project life; actual performance may vary. Additional considerations include: (a) greenhouse gas emissions based on EPA eGRID data; (b) MMBTU savings consider all energy commodities; (c) particulate matter (PM) 2.5 reductions consider site (not source) emissions; (d) buildings serving low- to moderate- income (LMI) communities are (i) designated affordable housing by an affordable housing agency or organization, (ii) located in an LMI census tract, and/or (iii) established primarily to serve residents of LMI communities; (e) affordable units greened equals total number of residential units at multifamily buildings serving LMI communities; (f) capital mobilized considers total project cost (or in certain cases, the proportion of total project cost attributed to energy efficiency or clean energy measures) financed in whole or in part by NYCEEC, as well as all or a portion (depending on the role) of total project costs of other projects facilitated by NYCEEC where it serves as an advisor or in another role; (g) lending partnerships include other co-lenders to projects where NYCEEC provides capital; and (h) jobs created (job-years) based on capital mobilized divided by employment multiplier, which is derived from estimated employment impacts (direct, indirect, and induced jobs) calculated in research by Garrett-Peltier (2017) for renewable energy and energy efficiency investments; factor revised periodically to reflect updated research so figures may not be directly comparable over time.
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