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The "How to Talk About Housing" webinar covers data-driven lessons on housing communications that work, and those that backfire. Find impacts and implications for communities that are updating their

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) hosts Regional Forums around the Bay Area on policy and program design issues in energy efficiency and energy code compliance. Visit the BayREN Events

The State of California has established a number of requirements that must be addressed by each jurisdiction in the Housing Element of its General Plan. To be an effective tool, housing elements must

The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) is the anchor organization for “Shift the Narrative,” a coalition-driven initiative to advance housing and racial justice in the Bay

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) Codes and Standards Program has developed Title 24, Part 6 Energy Code Permit Guides to help local enforcing agencies streamline energy code compliance

View all data from Annual Progress Reports (APRs) in one place, presented in easy-to-use graphs and charts with built-in filters for information customization. This tool, created by the California

The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) works to advance meaningful, critical policy solutions and strengthen affordable housing for Bay Area communities. NPH’s focus is on

Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) trainings are designed to educate local government officials and the private sector building community in key aspects of code compliance and enforcement. Each

The Housing Element is the only element of a jurisdiction’s General Plan that is reviewed and certified by the state. Regular updates to the Housing Element are required under state law and help to

California requires that every jurisdiction have a housing element as part of its General Plan, and that the element be updated on a regular basis and reviewed by the state to ensure compliance with