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LIHEAP Helps College Students Keep the Lights On

LIHEAP Helps College Students Keep the Lights On

As part of a routine student government debate happening on the campus of Temple University, a spotlight turned toward an infrequently discussed demographic of LIHEAP: college students. Many students have increasingly been relying on the program in recent years as they struggle to finish their degrees. Trends like low-paying part-time jobs and low-income housing as backdrops to the struggling college student journey is nothing new, but the trend of university and college students applying for LIHEAP is on the uptick in recent years.

SOLAR vs. POLAR, Pt. 3: How LIHEAP and the Solar Boom are Saving Money and Lives

SOLAR vs. POLAR, Pt. 3: How LIHEAP and the Solar Boom are Saving Money and Lives

Spotlighting other innovative pilot programs that had success with Solar innovations and initiatives, a vibrant atlas of collaboration has been electrified all around the country, illuminating the important connection between public and private partnerships as this exciting new technology continues to revolutionize the future of energy assistance in the short term and independence in the long run.