Communications Specialist, Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs
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John Coggin was born in Annapolis, Maryland. He gained a profound appreciation for natural resources during his childhood on the Chesapeake Bay. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a master’s degree in public policy from University of Maryland. He writes books and articles on politics, environmental policy, and art.
Expanded Electric Vehicle Access in the American West
March 5, 2018
An infrastructure that can support 20,000 electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids is now coming to the West.
Q&A with Virginia Castro: DOE Mission to Puerto Rico
January 17, 2018
When Virginia Castro returned from temporary assignment to Puerto Rico, she brought back memories and lessons that transformed her perspective.
3 New Tools for Advancing Energy Affordability in Low Income Communities
January 10, 2018
Better Buildings’ Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA) is breaking down barriers that low income communities face.
Get Weatherization Assistance in 3 Easy Steps
October 30, 2017
Apply for weatherization assistance in 3 simple steps to save money on your energy bills.
3 Health Benefits to Weatherizing Your Home
October 26, 2017
By simply weatherizing their home, Americans can not only reduce their energy bills, but also improve their health in the process.
Inside Utah's First Net Zero Community
August 28, 2017
Utah's first community of net zero homes is packed with a host of innovative, energy-saving features.
Here's How 4 States are Preparing for Hurricane Season
August 24, 2017
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is well under way and these 4 states are getting ready with support from the U.S. Department of Energy.
3 Ways Hawaii is Becoming More Energy Efficient
July 17, 2017
Hawaii is making significant progress on energy efficiency. By 2030, the Aloha State wants to decrease its electricity consumption statewide by 30%.
3 Ways to Increase Your Energy Literacy
June 1, 2017
Energy literacy can open doors to a growing energy workforce of more than 6 million Americans.