Low-Income Solar, Part 1: Lessons Learned from Low-Income Energy Efficiency Programs
Thursday, March 23, 2017 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
As states seek to increase the adoption of solar among low-income households and communities, the history of low-income energy efficiency programs provides useful lessons. In this webinar, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researcher Ian Hoffman discussed the lessons learned from low-income energy efficiency programs, and how they can be applied to low-income solar programs. Topics covered include how programs can be tailored to different segments of the low-income population, such as multifamily vs. single-family housing, as well as what obstacles have been encountered and what new solutions are proposed.
Panelist: Ian Hoffman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Moderator: Warren Leon, Clean Energy States Alliance
The research presented in this webinar, and the webinar itself, are supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative. CESA produced this webinar as part of the Sustainable Solar Education Project.
Part 2 of this webinar series is taking place on Thursday, March 30. Read more and register here.
Topic(s): Low- and Moderate-Income Clean Energy, Policy, Technology
Organizer: Clean Energy States Alliance