Improving residential energy efficiency in low-income communities takes all kinds of shapes – from multifamily to single-family and, rural to urban. Local organizations and utilities have partnered on all sorts of approaches to energy efficiency over the years -- whether overcoming split-incentive barriers, controls and data challenges, or the tradeoff between reaching the most households versus achieving the most energy savings. New technology such as data visualizations and sensors as well as practical partnerships with food banks, health organizations, and nonprofits have all played a role.
On this Better Buildings Residential Network Peer Exchange Call, we’ll share best practices and lessons learned from successful organizations working with low-income communities. Hear who is validating innovative strategies across the country.