See our results for solar and other installations, staewide advocacy on low-income energy issues, and more Green Low Income housng2015 (1)
Listen to WGLIHC member Bill discuss solar caps and community input – https://www.facebook.com/CleanWaterMA/videos/vb.327702733934995/1052876394750955/?type=2&theater
WGLIHC joined statewide advocates to push for an end to the solar caps. http://worcestermag.com/2015/07/29/local-leaders-rally-for-solar-energy/35356
Dear Editor: The current debate over whether to raise the caps on solar energy production in Massachusetts threatens to stifle one of the most important new industries in Massachusetts and present opportunities for other states to strip away our jobs and industry. Despite our size, we have the fourth most…
Another high cost for housing nonprofits is gasoline, especially when an agency utilizes transportation for much needed healthcare and other appointments for clients. Pictured here is a Toyota Prius II which will serve to drastically lower costs for a participating agency, lowering gas costs and environmental impact. Hybrids and electric…
Yesterday members of WGLIHC testified on the need to raise the solar cap in Massachusetts, demonstrating through our work how solar power is lowering costs for housing nonprofits.
Shelters and programs benefit from solar, which reduces cost to them. We need to raise the caps on solar production so we can keep solar projects rolling in Mass., see how you can get involved here.http://www.solarisworking.org/get-involved
Thanks to everyone who made it to our oil heat advocacy session today! We had a great turn out, and discussed how antiquated oil heating systems are a drag on the operating budgets of housing nonprofits. Our hope is that oil heat will be included in current energy efficiency programs…
WGLIHC is pleased to welcome Friendly House to the effort, as we work hard to evaluate their shelter properties and provide support in ensuring energy efficiency measures for their work!
WGLIHC is pleased to join the efforts of the Oil Heat Save Energy Coalition, and their work to ensure that the 32% of Massachusetts who burn oil, including very low-income customers, are eligible for participation in the nation’s leading energy efficiency programs. Visit them here – http://www.oilheatsaveenergycoalition.org/