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Scaling up Energy Efficiency in Missouri and Illinois Multifamily Affordable Housing

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Over the past seven years, utilities in Illinois and Missouri have made significant investments in programs designed to help their customers use less energy. The programs were prompted, in large part, by state policies seeking to maximize the many benefit
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2015
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Categories: 
Program Design and Budgets
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Program Design
Illinois
Missouri

Recent Resources

Last year, EEFA developed a story toolkit to help energy efficiency advocates to tell meaningful stories. The toolkit includes an interview guide, helpful suggestions for equipment, and a story report form to help us collect stories. The toolkit is included below.

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Commercial PACE for Affordable Multifamily Housing

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