Michigan Energy Efficiency for AllCoalition Website
The Michigan Energy Efficiency for All (MEEFA) Network works to ensure Michigan’s low-income multifamily residents live in affordable, energy efficient, and healthy homes. Making Michigan’s affordable multifamily housing sector more energy efficient is a cost-effective way to reduce energy consumption, preserve housing affordability, reduce pollution, and create healthier and more comfortable living environments.
Members of the network build relationships across sectors, share knowledge, and seek ways to collaborate to achieve our shared goals. Additionally, core coalition members approach our work using five key strategies: engaging at the Michigan Public Service Commission, engaging the health community to recognize and invest in the positive health impacts of energy efficiency, engaging cities to improve energy efficiency in their multifamily housing, working to achieve change within state government, and engaging communities to bring them into our work.
Featured state resources
Comments of Roger Colton on the Behalf of the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan (CUB), The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and The National Housing Trust (NHT)
Comments ask Michigan Public Service Commission to prioritize energy affordability and integrate it across MPSC decision-makingPaper
The Pablo Davis Elder Living Center in Detroit is home to one of the largest solar installations on a multifamily building in the state of Michigan.
Voices of Energy and Housing Affordability - Pablo Davis Building Renovations
Built in 2000, the 80-unit Pablo Davis Elder Living Center was the first elder care center in southwest Detroit. Today, it is home to one of the largest solar installations on a multifamily building in the state of Michigan.