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Lifting the High Energy Burden in America’s Largest Cities

A report that provides a snapshot of energy burdens in cities across the US focusing on the high home energy burdens faced by select groups in major metropolitan areas. The report includes analysis of data from the US Census Bureau’s […] Read More

Published: April 20, 2016
Categories: Energy Efficiency and Low Income Consumers.
Author: ACEEE.
Resource Type: Reports.
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Low Income Consumer Decision Making

A meta-analysis of 70 studies, presentations, and articles. The research supports that when low-income families have reasonable options for their energy use, assistance in understanding the tradeoffs, and the ability to manage their choices, they will choose to exercise control […] Read More

Published: June 14, 2014
Categories: Low Income Consumers and Metering Challenges.
Author: DEFG.
Resource Type: White papers.
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Spotlight of Low Income Consumers II

SGCC’s Spotlight on Low Income Consumers Part II Summary Report, the second part of a national study first conducted in 2012 that provides smart grid stakeholders with an in-depth understanding of the needs of the low-income population. The study highlights […] Read More

Published: April 10, 2014
Categories: Best Practices and Low Income Consumers.
Author: Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative.
Resource Type: Surveys.
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Spotlight on Low Income Consumers II Webinar

SGCC’s Assistant Director K.C. Boyce and the Blackstone Group’s Roger Straus covered what the latest SGCC research has to say about low income consumers’ experience with the smart grid: how they access and use online energy usage data, challenges for […] Read More

Published: April 10, 2014
Categories: Low Income Consumers and State of Consumers.
Author: Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative.
Resource Type: Webinars.

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