Events - 8 Feb 19

Energy Access, Climate Solutions & Resilience

Clean energy microgrids that solve energy poverty in remote regions can chart the course for grid decarbonization. Ironically, important grid innovation may come from these remote villages that have not yet seen electricity. Where there is no incumbent infrastructure, there is an opportunity to build energy systems with today’s best technologies and business models.

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Briefing: The Multiple Benefits of Federal Housing and Energy Programs

Energy Efficiency for All (EEFA) and the Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invite you to a “101” briefing about federal programs that reduce housing and energy cost burdens for people in need.

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The Multiple Benefits of Federal Housing & Energy Programs

Energy Efficiency for All (EEFA) and the Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invite you to a “101” briefing about federal programs that reduce housing and energy cost burdens for people in need. National policy experts who interact closely with state and local organizations will provide an overview of key programs, including statutory authority and appropriations, and how they impact the lives of recipients. Panelists will discuss how energy efficiency services result in lower home energy bills, which is critical for low-income families that spend a greater percentage of their income on energy.

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