Tag: Energy Action Month
Guest Blog: Confronting Energy Poverty in Today’s Changing Energy Markets
By: Elizabeth R. Marx, Supervising Attorney, Pennsylvania Utility Law Project Energy powers our modern world. It brews our coffee in the morning and provides light in our children’s room
A Message from the NASCSP Energy Services Director: Happy Weatherization Day!
“To reduce energy costs for low-income families, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities, and children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health
Weatherization Plus Health in Washington State: An Update
In April, we described the launch of an exciting new weatherization venture in Washington State that combines the energy efficiency improvements of weatherization with a targeted approach to reduceREAD MORE
Including Families with Low-Incomes in the Transition to a Clean Energy Economy
By: Eric Behna, Program & Policy Analyst As presidential candidates put forth major plans to transition to a clean energy economy and politicians on all sides of the political spectrum
"The weatherization program was life-changing for me. It inspired me to pay it forward and help others live lives of hope and dignity."
By: Kelly Fonteijn My name is Kelly Fonteijn. I live in Pullman, WA with my husband and our seven- and nine-year old kids. Together we run a campus ministry at Washington State University. My homeREAD MORE