Skip to main content


Last August the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative presented a paper on the Non-Energy Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Weatherization programs at the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE’s) 2016 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. The paper addresses the significant shortage of safe, healthy, energy efficient and affordable housing options for low-income residents across the US. Many families face two mutually reinforcing problems: lack of affordable housing and lack of quality housing. Furthermore, many of the government programs intended to alleviate energy and housing burdens are siloed, fragmented and increasingly cash-strapped.

Click here to read full report. 

Comments are closed.