Energy Equity in Low-Income Communities

At its founding more than 25 years ago, VEIC committed to helping low-income people, communities, and the organizations that serve them reduce the burden of energy use and cost. This commitment has been unwavering.

Our work to make low-income housing ever more affordable, durable, and sustainable through direct program design and implementation helps reduce energy burdens one home at a time, leaving families with monthly savings that translate directly into more money for other essentials. We broaden this focus by tackling climate change, which disproportionately affects low-income housing with locations and designs that are often ill-suited to withstand extreme weather.

We consistently advocate for low-income communities on a larger scale through policy research and development, innovations in financing, assistance with program design and technology adoption, engagement with community partners, and more.

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