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Energy efficiency is the number one way North Carolinians can save on their energy bills. But, current energy efficiency programs are not reaching those with the highest need – typically low-income households, households of color, and renting households – despite these groups experiencing disproportionately high energy burdens.
The Energy Efficiency for All coalition is changing that, to bring much-needed relief to these families by working with energy providers, local governments, housing providers, and advocates to enhance NC’s energy efficiency programs. EEFA-NC supports the broader energy equity movement through strategic engagement that delivers healthy, safe and efficient affordable housing.
Individuals and families that have the opportunity to do energy upgrades experience a multitude of benefits – including lower energy bills, more economic stability, and improved health, comfort, and quality of life. Now is the time to expand our energy efficiency programs in NC and bring relief to families and communities in need.
Featured state resources
Letter to Governor Cooper Regarding the Extension and Revision of North Carolina's Utility Shutoff MoratoriumPaper
THE POWER OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Building vibrant communities in North Carolina through energy savingsReport
Good News, North Carolina: $6 Million for Energy Efficiency
How about some good news? July brings some for low-income residents of North Carolina in the form of $6 million in new funding for energy-saving, health, and safety improvements to their homes.