All-In: States, Localities, Utilities, and Nonprofits Creating Solutions for Underserved Communities (Slides)

Wed, 2017-07-12 08:53 -- christina.bowma...

As part of the Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA), DOE is partnering with states, local governments, utilities, housing agencies, community action agencies, and nonprofit organizations to support planning and implementation of clean energy programs in disadvantaged communities. This session will illustrate the creative solutions across multiple sectors that are being deployed to increase energy for all. Session attendees will gain a high level understanding of diverse opportunities to ensure equity and affordability of energy efficiency and solar energy in communities across the country. Features CELICA partners Partners: California Energy Commission; Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Community Action Partnership of Oregon; District of Columbia; Local Government Commission; Orlando, FL. This was a presentation from the Better Buildings 2017 summit. 

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Better Buildings Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator