Renew300 Overview

HUD's Renew300 initiative aims to help federally assisted housing save money through the installation of onsite or community-based renewable energy technology. Federally assisted housing includes HUD's rental housing portfolio (Public Housing, Multifamily Assisted), USDA's Rural Development Multifamily Programs, and rental housing supported through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC).

The 300 MW target aims to make use of millions of federally subsidized roofs with on-site or community generation potential. Supported renewable energy technologies include Solar PV and Solar thermal, wind, geothermal, small biomass, combined heat and power, and small hydro projects.

View the list of Affordable Housing Organizations with Commitments to On-Site Renewable Energy.

For more information, visit HUD’s Office of Economic Development web page.

Contact HUD

For inquiries related to the Federal Renewable Energy Target, email renewables@hud.gov.