Coordinating and Enhancing Access to Low-Income Energy Efficiency Programs
Energy efficiency projects, like weatherizing living spaces and installing energy-efficient appliances, have well-recognized socioeconomic and environmental benefits. Numerous governmental and non-profit programs aim to help low-income individuals capture these benefits, but there appear to be substantial challenges to realizing their full potential. The Penn State Center for Energy Law and Policy and its research collaborators convened a group of expert advisors to identify opportunities for enhancing access to and effectiveness of low-income energyefficiency programs in Pennsylvania. On December 1, 2022, we will hold a fireside chat-style workshop to discuss our initial findings.