Webinar: Using Data to Drive Low Income Energy Solutions: DOE Tool Demo and Case Studies – Feb. 8

“As part of the Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA), DOE has developed the Low-income Energy Affordability Data (LEAD) tool in partnership with state and local agencies to assist them in identifying energy needs and housing characteristics of a variety of low income communities and inform their low-income program planning. During the webinar, DOE will demonstrate the new tool with state, county, and city data, and hear from two CELICA partners – the State of Connecticut/Connecticut Green Bank and the City of Rochester, NY – about how they have utilized this data tool to answer key program planning questions.”

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