2 edition of Technique for tracking the effect of weatherization retrofits on low-income housing found in the catalog.
Technique for tracking the effect of weatherization retrofits on low-income housing
Yui-May L Chang
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, DC, [Springfield, VA
|Statement||Yui-May L. Chang, Richard A. Grot ; prepared by Community Service Administration|
|Series||NBSIR -- 83-2676|
|Contributions||Grot, Richard A, United States. Community Services Administration, United States. National Bureau of Standards|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 37, 4 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Weatherization Plus Health. The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), overseen by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), was created in to help low-income families invest in energy provides weatherization grants to state, territories and some Indian tribes to help improve the energy efficiency of low-income homes. v LIST OF FIGURES Figure Page Figure Going from yellow to red, the colors on this map show the projected ratio of total heat-wave days per summer (frequency times duration) in the midst century compared to the end.
Weatherization Leveraged – Reduce housing costs for low income households. – Improve the health and safety of families we serve. – Neighborhood revitalization. – State Implementation Plans – air quality goals. • Ensure equity in access to energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. California Climate Investment projects include affordable housing, renewable energy, public transportation, zero-emission vehicles, environmental restoration, more sustainable agriculture, recycling and much more. At least 35 percent of these investments are made in disadvantaged and low-income communities or low-income households. For more.
Weatherization Assistance Program. Program Basics. The Weatherization Assistance Program provides energy conservation measures in dwelling units occupied by families at or below % of the federal poverty income guidelines as established by the US Office of Management and Budget. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a United States federal social services program first established in and funded annually through Congressional appropriations. The mission of LIHEAP is to assist low income households, particularly those with the lowest incomes that pay a high proportion of household income for home energy, primarily in meeting their immediate home.
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Get this from a library. Technique for tracking the effect of weatherization retrofits on low-income housing. [Yui-May L Chang; Richard A Grot; United States. Community Services Administration.; United States. National Bureau of Standards.].
climates, and as expected, weatherization treatments were more effective—that is, energy savings were greater—for cities in colder climate zones than in warmer climate zones.
Regional differences in low-income housing stock result in different costs of retrofits. To apply, please print out a Weatherization Application, and mail or drop it off at Homes for Good, W 13th Ave, Eugene OR If you have any questions about our Weatherization Program, please call.
WASHINGTON STATE LOW-INCOME WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM Client Education Guide July 1, Version This Client Education Guide will provide general weatherization information to assist clients in saving energy, improving health and safety and providing links to more resources.
California’s Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP) provides low-income households with solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy efficiency upgrades at no cost to residents.
LIWP is the only program of its kind in California that focuses exclusively on serving low-income households with solar PV and energy efficiency upgrades at no cost.
Weatherization Grants for Low-Income Homeowners. Weatherization grants provide low-income homeowners the chance to protect their homes from the elements, such as.
The Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP) helps low income residents and households conserve fuel and reduce energy costs by making their homes and apartments more energy efficient.
IHWAP also provides many health and safety upgrades ensuring safe and healthy homes. The Energy Division Low-Income Weatherization Program’s Weatherization Plus Health efforts got a nice dose of coverage this month in a cover article in the March Healthy Indoors Magazine.
The article profiled the innovative partnership between our Pierce County Human Services local weatherization program and the Clean Air for Kids Asthma. Find out how the Louisiana Housing Corporation's weatherization programs, including The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and Weatherization Training and BPI Test Centers, ensure that every Louisiana resident is granted an opportunity to obtain safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing.
Department of Energy. NeighborImpact’s Weatherization program provides free retrofit repair services which can include adding insulation, sealing leaky ducts and repairing heating systems for income-qualified clients.
Weatherization staff conduct an on-site energy audit, a four-hour activity for evaluating and documenting the existing condition of your home. This information is then used to determine which. assistance under the Alaska Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) or the Federal Home Loan Bank’s Affordable Housing Program’s Rehabilitation Program (AHP).
I understand and agree that this authorization or the information obtained with its use may be given to and used by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) and the AHP in.
If DOE approves a new technique or technology the material is added to the list in Appendix A (above). Bidding on Weatherization Work. If you are interested in providing weatherization services for low-income households, contact the weatherization subrecipient agency that serves your county with the federally-funded weatherization programs.
Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs For the purposes of this report, only the utility-funded weatherization programs provided to low-income customers will be included.
These low-income customers are usually served under the category called “hard-to-reach programs.”. multifamily housing. The MOU is intended to streamline the weatherization eligibility process for residents in approximately million public housing units, another million privately owned federally-assisted units, and someunits financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC).
Implementing the MOU. On Janu DOE. Maximized energy savings to low-income households Funded Projects City of Fresno () – InGRID Alternatives partnered with the Fresno Housing Authority to install solar panels on its Viking Village affordable housing complex in Fresno.
Eighteen residents and family members participated in the five-day installation and led energy. Optimizing weatherization investments in low-income housing. Washington: Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Chapman; Center for Building Technology.; United States.
Community. Eligibility is determined based on proof of low income. Residents who are renting are eligible with permission from the landlord. The “Weatherization Assistance Program” (WAP) includes an energy consultation with help for analysis of energy bills, an inspection for health and safety and recommendations of cost-effective energy savings.
Weatherization Assistance Program Background • The WAP leads the nation in advancing technology, research and work practices related to making residential energy upgrades cost effective, safe and comprehensive • Over million low‐income dwelling units have been weatherized under the Program* Program Focus is Deployment of EE Technologies.
Increasing energy efficiency of existing homes through modest home improvements, called “weatherization,” can dramatically reduce utility costs for homeowners. Low-income families can achieve an annual savings of about 21 percent, or $ per year, on their energy bills by reducing the energy consumption of their home.
Weatherization Modifications done on existing buildings to improve energy-efficiency and cut down utility costs, such as the installation of new windows and doors. assistance programs provide low-income families with home modification Retrofits and improvements done on homes to increase accessibility for older adults and people with disabilities.
s that increase energy efficiency, reduce.The program may provide some or all of the following free services, depending on calculations for cost-effectiveness. A weatherization audit and analysis of the qualified residence would be completed in order to determine which measures might be taken.
Insulate attics, walls and floors. Seal air leaks. Improve attic and under-floor ventilation.THRHA provides FREE Weatherization services to eligible households in many Southeast Alaska communities under the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation’s Weatherization Assistance Program.
The program is available to households up to % of median family income (MFI) levels for their community.