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For: Homeowners  |  Source: NYSERDA

NYSERDA's EmPower program enables low-income homeowners to implement energy efficiency upgrades. From NYSERDA: "Income-eligible New Yorkers can get no-cost upgrades that reduce energy bills. Now you don’t have to choose between utilities and other necessities." EmPower's...

For: Communities  |  Source: The New York City Environmental Justice Alliance's Sandy Regional Assembly

Pratt Center is a member of The New York City Environmental Justice Alliance's Sandy Regional Assembly . The Assembly published this report, which provides invaluable community-driven insights and strategies for ensuring an equitable and inclusive recovery from Hurricane Sandy. From the report...

For: Homeowners  |  Source: NYSERDA

NYSERDA's Home Performance with Energy Star program performs home energy assessments to find ways to save on energy costs. It is a great resource for homeowners interested in learning more about energy efficiency. From NYSERDA: "Home Performance with ENERGY STAR makes it easy to upgrade...

For: Homeowners  |  Source: Pratt Center

Pratt Center created this guide, which provides an overview of energy assessments and retrofits for homeowners. Use this guide to find out what an energy retrofit is, what happens in an energy assessment and energy audit, and what you can expect from participating in a program to save energy in...

For: Homeowners  |  Source: NYC Department of Housing and Preservation Development

The NYC Department of Housing and Preservation Development's NYC Green House Program is a homeowner's tool kit for saving money by going green. It is a useful resource for homeowners who want to green their home. From NYC Green House: "NYC Green House is a program developed by the NYC...

For: Homeowners  |  Source: Pratt Center

This documents offers a comprehensive list of energy efficiency programs offered for affordable and market rate housing.

For: General Public  |  Source: Pratt Center

Building Hope: The CDC Oral History Project from PC Digital History on Vimeo . Community development corporations (CDCs) struggle to address problems of social, economic, and physical distress in low- and moderate-income communities throughout the United States. Their fundamental mission is to...
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