Carla Potts, Deputy Director of the North East Community Action Corporation (the Community Action Agency of Bowling Green, Missouri), shares NECAC’s story related to healthy housing efforts.
Energy Infrastructure – Sources of Inequities and Policy Solutions for Improving Community Health and Wellbeing
In a new report produced with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Synapse Energy Economics, the Regulatory Assistance Project, and Community Action Partnership take an in-depth look at the disparate impacts electric and natural gas infrastructure have on economic, social, and health outcomes — and consider how to ensure that a clean-energy future is a more equitable future.
Census data determines funding for the Weatherization Assistance Program and the customers served will be affected if we don’t get an accurate count of the population. Join the National Community Action Partnership and Energy partners to learn more about how your weatherization program can promote engagement in the 2020 Census before it’s too late!
Relationship building is a key component to winning utility dollars, this guide talks through steps to begin building these kinds of relationships with utility commissioners.
Created by a former utility commissioner, points on the steps of a rate case so that WAP leaders understand the ways and opportunities to get involved.
A Discussion with the DOE Weatherization Program Manager Dave Rinebolt, Program Manager, Weatherization Assistance Program, DOE.
A Discussion with the DOE Weatherization Program Manager Dave Rinebolt & Meg Power EOS-CAP Leveraged Partnerships Project.
A presentation by Ray Judy, MiTEC Director.
Erica Burrin, Program Manager, Weatherization Assistance Program, DOE; Anna Sullivan, Director of Credentialing, Interstate Renewable Energy Council Facilitator: Kathryn Maddux, Project Director, Weatherization Leveraged Partnerships Project, Community Action Partnership
Derek Schroeder, Policy Advisor, Department of Energy (DOE); Felix Vazquez-Guemarez, Fellow, Department of Energy (DOE); Eric Behna, Policy and Communications Manager, National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP); Amy Klusmeier, WAP Director National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP)
Percentage of Income Payment Plans (PIPP) help eligible utility customers manage their energy bills year round. Ms. Browning shared an agency perspective on the PIPP program in Illinois while Ms. Brown shared a utility perspective. Dr. Power gave an overview of PIPPs and examples from other states.
A presentation by Southern New Hampshire Services.
Amy Klusmeier, WAP State Assistance Director, National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP)
This guide highlights resources and strategies for States to use when developing and supporting partnerships that provide additional resources to complement the U.S. Department of Energyʹs (DOE) weatherization program funds.
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