US DOE recently released its Clean Energy for Low-Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA) Toolkit and Low-income Energy Affordability Data (LEAD) Tool. CELICA and LEAD aim to provide the public with information, resources, and data to understand and build low-income energy programs and projects. Join us for this webinar to understand the in's and out's of the LEAD tool, as well as review a recent case study from the Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute (TEPRI) for which these tools were a vital resource.
CELC webinars are intended to extend the conversation about public sector energy management best practices through education, training, and discussion. Webinars are open to anyone interested in public energy management in Texas, Oklahoma, and beyond.
Have questions or idea for future webinars? Contact Cassidy Ellis, Local Government Program Manager, SPEER, email@example.com.