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EEFA Impact Stories from NY

The EEFA NY coalition just completed a year-long project working with an artist in residency - Storyline. The mission of the collaboration was to connect the faces of real people to the benefits of energy efficiency. As part of the project, Storyline produced three short video stories focused on the relationship between community, energy efficiency, and affordable housing. These stories are a powerful reminder of the difference energy policy can make in our lives.

EEFA’s own storytelling effort is moving forward with the launch of the story toolkit to guide EEFA and NEWHAB members, step by step, through gathering effective stories. The story toolkit will soon be accompanied by a storybank which will host the story team’s work and amplify the stories from our partners and allies.

Date: 
Monday, February 5, 2018
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News
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Pennsylvania
New York
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Energy Equity

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