Health, Housing, Energy, Equity: Exploring clean energy access for low- and moderate-income residents
Clean energy isn’t just a “nice-to-have" for rich people. It can reduce the burden of high energy costs and improve health outcomes for low-income residents. Join us and other governmental and community leaders to learn about available programs, their strengths and flaws, and how to make them work for people in your community.
This three-part training series for local leaders in government, housing and community development, and public health will highlight the connections between clean energy, housing, health, and equity issues and equip participants with strategies to help low- and moderate-income residents in their communities lower their energy costs and make their homes healthier and safer.