MASH Workshop

  • April 04, 2014
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Inglewood Meadows, 1 S Locust St, Inglewood, CA 90301
  • 16


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Come and learn about how the Multi Family Affordable Solar Housing  (MASH) Program can help to stabilize your housing assets, decrease utility allowances, lower operating expenses, and provide a long term hedge against electric energy inflation.  The MASH waitlist closes April 10, 2014 so come to the workshop and learn how to take advantage of a limited financial resource! 

San Diego Community Housing Corporation’s Asset Manager Randall Simmrin will share his experience on how his organization has utilized the MASH program and solar PV to benefit their organization’s portfolio.

Everyday Energy will present details surrounding the current MASH Program and AB 217, the bill that will inject $108 Million into affordable housing solar programs through the California Solar Initiative. You should consider this limited opportunity to improve the performance of your asset whether you are in the middle of a LIHTC acquisition rehab or new construction or your current assets are in mid LIHTC cycle.

Workshop Goals

  • Making financial sense of solar in the affordable housing context.
  • Utilizing current cash incentive coupled with LIHTC credits, Investment Tax Credit, and maximizing rents through reduced utility allowances.
  • How to reserve your MASH rebate before the April 10, 2014 deadline.
  • Q & A session with the Asset Manager of San Diego Community Housing Corporation
The Offices of Senator Kevin Deleon and Assembly Member Steven Bradford have been invited. Both officials were instrumental in extending funding for the MASH program, and we would like to extend our thanks to them on behalf of the affordable housing industry.


Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing
340 E. 2nd Street, Suite 406
Los Angeles, CA. 90012

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