ReEnergize Pittsburgh Coalition Quarterly Meeting
The ReEnergize Pittsburgh Coalition Quarterly Meeting is OPEN TO ALL and will be held on Feb 13, 2-4 pm at the ACTION-Housing offices, Downtown. Calling all low-income advocates for a discussion of a recent Public Utility Commission study on energy burdens for low income customers, and on a possible ReEnergize Coalition comment during public comment period announced by PUC.
On the Agenda:
1) “Energy Efficiency in Affordable Multifamily Housing – EEFA (EE For All) Coalition”
Presentation by Sarah Ralich, who is ACTION-Housing’s Energy & Construction Manager, working on the real estate development team as well as managing all energy usage data and retrofits for ACTION’s housing portfolio. In addition, Sarah works with policy leaders from around the state, through the Energy Efficiency for All coalition, advocating for energy efficiency programs designed for affordable multifamily housing. She has a BA in Urban Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and is a Building Performance Institute certified multifamily and single family energy auditor.
2) Discussion and review of proposed comments to PUC on the topic of recently released study on energy burden for low income customers http://www.puc.pa.gov/pcdocs/1602386.pdf
Please see the press release here: http://www.puc.pa.gov/about_puc/press_releases.aspx?ShowPR=4151