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Clean energy investments to benefit over 350,000 low to moderate income households in New York

Christian Fernsby |
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced an initiative between the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and the state's investor owned utilities for a new framework to increase access to energy efficiency and clean energy solutions for low to moderate income households and affordable multifamily buildings.

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Topics: NEW YORK   

The collaborative partnership and investments made as part of this initiative will result in cleaner and healthier indoor air and more affordable energy options for households, including more than 350,000 low to moderate income households throughout the state.

The framework, submitted to the New York State Department of Public Service, will more than double the number of low to moderate income households and multifamily buildings receiving energy efficiency services such as insulation, air sealing, electric load reduction, and HVAC improvements, annually and increase outreach, education, and community based support programs for energy efficiency improvements.


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