Low-Income Energy Efficiency Programs: A Baseline Assessment of Programs Serving the 51 Largest Cities [2017]

ACEEE addresses the key questions and challenges around low-income programs for single-family homes. Of the total spending on residential energy efficiency programs in 2014, 18% of electric efficiency expenditures and 34% of natural gas efficiency spending went toward low-income programs. Particularly for electricity expenditures, there is a need for more equitable spending on efficiency programs targeted to low-income households, which make up roughly 33% of the population nationally. The report draws from a range of programs to provide recommendations for increasing the savings and reach of efficiency programming in this sector. It also details practices that program administrators are using to overcome challenges, and explores strategies to use underutilized technologies and measures to realize greater savings.

Click here to read the full report from ACEEE

Click here to find ACEEE?s state and local policy database that includes 7 California cities

The database summarizes a cities energy efficiency progress, including the 2017ÊCity Energy Efficiency Scorecard.

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