States are facing a growing number of energy consumers with financial challenges, an issue that has become more urgent with the economic hardships created by COVID-19. A number of state legislatures are taking action, considering a variety of policies that help low-income households benefit from energy efficiency. These programs not only reduce energy costs for consumers but can also lower energy consumption and reduce energy-related emissions, while reducing the high energy burden experienced by an increasing number of Americans. Join us to learn how energy efficiency policies can create energy affordability and equity solutions for income-stressed individuals and underserved communities.
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- Glen Andersen, energy program director, NCSL
- Lauren Ross, local policy program director, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
- Senator Jennifer McClellan, Virginia
- Tammy Agard, CEO, EEtility