Housing Authority of the City of Manhattan, Kansas: Energy performance

Energy Performance
Cumulative (vs. Baseline)16%
Annual (2019)6%
Portfolio Summary: Whole Building Data by Reporting Period

Better Buildings Challenge partners strive to report whole-building data for all properties within their portfolio. Often, Multifamily partners face the added challenge of collecting data from tenant-paid utility accounts. The Better Buildings Challenge is working with Multifamily partners and utility companies to improve the data collection and reporting process. While this important work continues, Multifamily partners are being recognized for their successes within those properties that are reporting whole-building data. Manhattan Housing Authorities' (MHA) portfolio consists of 2 properties ~75 thousand square feet. For the 2019 reporting period, MHA reported whole-building data for 33% of its portfolio.

Housing Authority of the City of Manhattan, Kansas

Better Buildings Challenge Partners strive to decrease portfolio-wide source energy use intensity (EUI) and to increase the percent improvement compared to a set baseline. MHA's portfolio consists of 2 properties and ~75 thousand square feet. MHA has improved energy performance by 16% from a 2015 baseline for those properties reporting whole-building data, making progress towards a goal of 20% by 2023. Energy savings have been achieved through lighting retrofits, refrigerator replacements and water efficiency improvements.