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WAP and Veterans Day: A Message from the NASCSP Energy Services Director

By: Ray Judy,  NASCSP Energy Services Director   October 5, 1981. This is a date that continues to be very important to me. That was the date I boarded a plane that would end with a bus ride to Lackland Air Force Base. The night would be a short one. A late arrival on base, standing … Continue reading

Guest Blog: Confronting Energy Poverty in Today’s Changing Energy Markets

By: Elizabeth R. Marx, Supervising Attorney, Pennsylvania Utility Law Project Energy powers our modern world.  It brews our coffee in the morning and provides light in our children’s room at night. It is, quite simply, what makes our lives and our homes “livable.”  But today, in the richest nation in the world, a vast and … Continue reading

Award Winning Weatherization

With Weatherization Day fast approaching on October 30th, we wanted to recognize a few organizations who won awards for their weatherization activities in 2017. Below we highlight both a State WAP and a local WAP agency. Congratulations on their awards! Did your State WAP or local agency win an award this year? Did your program … Continue reading

Out of the Office & Into the Field: Weatherization Site Visit

By: Eric Behna, Program & Policy Analyst, NASCSP Weatherization Day is fast approaching on October 30th! Hopefully you have gotten a chance to view NASCSP’s Weatherization Day toolkit. It is full of planning and communications resources to help you with your Weatherization Day efforts. If you have any questions about these resources, don’t hesitate to contact … Continue reading

2016 Poverty Census Data: Progress Made, but Programs in Jeopardy

This morning the U.S. Census Bureau released its latest data on poverty, income, and health insurance coverage. The results showed a decrease in the poverty rate and an increase in median household income. This was the second consecutive annual decline in poverty and second consecutive annual increase in household income. The number of people without … Continue reading

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