As the nation moves into winter, LIHEAP advocates are reinforced by the FY2019 financial commitment yet focused on the families and households who are facing a bitter, cold winter on limited funds.
The South faced an overlap of one season running into the next as summer moves into full swing, with some households just now dealing with winter heating bills past due with the moratorium ended and already racking up new ones under summer heat.
With warmer and warmer weather blazing across country fields and city playgrounds, summer got underway early this year.
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.
As the solar explosion continues to grow across the country, this trend has proliferated among more and more non-profits, CAAs and volunteers within those communities it benefits.
Coming off another record-setting plummet in temperatures this winter, new innovations in the energy industry have been fast-tracked into use in distressed urban and rural communities riding the solar power wave, specifically benefiting from the explosion in new solar field-and-roof installations.