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Energy Efficiency for All's 2018 Poll Findings

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Energy Efficiency for All's 2018 Poll Findings, Recommendations and Webinar Slides

Voters support a range of measures to improve energy efficiency and are even willing to pay to do so. They also support programs dedicated to helping renters and people of limited incomes. Voters correctly intuit that people who make less money pay more of their income in utility bills, and they support energy efficiency for its benefits in driving down utility bills, tackling climate change, and improving people’s health.

Author/Org: 
Anzalone Liszt Grove Research; Energy Efficiency for All
Year: 
2018
Resource File: 
Categories: 
Energy Equity
Tags: 
Efficiency Potential

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