Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator Energy Data Profiles

About this tool:

The Better Building’s Clean Energy for Low Income Communities Accelerator (CELICA) was launched in 2016 to help state and local partners across the nation meet their goals for increasing uptake of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies in low-to-moderate income communities. As a part of the Accelerator, DOE created a set of low-to-moderate income (LMI) energy data profiles to assist partners with understanding their LMI community characteristics. This state and county level data includes numbers of households at different income levels, numbers of owners versus renters, and number of households by fuel type, building type, and construction year. It also provides data on average monthly expenditures on household energy. The data profiles can be used to support program design and goalsetting, and they can be paired with other data to improve LMI community energy benchmarking and program evaluation.

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Author Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Maintainer Christina Bowman
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Catalog DOE
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program_code 019:004
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