Energy economist Mark Wolfe has been on the cutting edge of LIHEAP data collection and analysis. He has appeared on national media outlets like CSPAN, CNN, the Washington Post, NPR, etc. and in multiple testimonials before Congress in his role as founder/ Executive Director of the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA).
Coming out of a winter freeze across the Midwest, hard-hit households across rural and urban Indiana were battling post-winter heating bill pile-ups, with utilities thankfully stepping up to do their part in the form of working with delinquent customers to keep the electricity on.
For those families across Nebraska impacted by the devastating flooding that swept the state in March, LIHEAP provided a great source of assistance in the aftermath for thousands of families struggling to get back on their feet.
In the third installment of our VOICES OF LIHEAP Blog series, LIHEAP.org brings a different perspective, again courtesy of the Central Coast Energy Services as part of their LIHEAP HELPS CALIFORNIA campaign, this time from a manager of a low-income affordable housing property, illustrating the importance of this program to her community year-round.