CELICA Toolkit: Clean Energy solutions for Low Income Communities
Access the toolkit which provides materials to help program administrators reduce energy burden for low-income communities by enhancing and expanding upon work funded through utility, state, or federal programs.
The Clean Energy for Low-Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA) Toolkit
This toolkit provides an overview of tools, resources, and models for developing low-income energy efficiency and renewable energy programs based on work in the U.S. Department of Energy’s CELICA, part of the Better Buildings Initiative Accelerators. This toolkit provides materials to help program administrators reduce energy burden for low-income communities by enhancing and expanding upon work funded through utility, state, or federal programs. These materials are the product of CELICA’s two-year partnership with over 30 stakeholders from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors and does not provide Energy Department-funded program guidance. An overview of the various tools and resources within the CELICA Toolkit and a summary of individual CELICA partner accomplishments can be found in the CELICA Overview Document.
This set of three topic briefs identifies key federal funding opportunities that states and utilities can use to support retrofit and replacement programs for manufactured housing.
The Better Buildings Residential Network connects energy efficiency programs and partners to share best practices and learn from one another to increase the number of homes that are energy efficient.