The urgency of cooling access: Ensuring resilience and promoting equity in the U.S.

Published by Refigeration Industry: Financial assistance programs can help low-income households purchase energy-efficient, climate-friendly cooling appliances (like efficient air conditioners or heat pumps) that cost less to operate due to reduced energy consumption. Similar programs can also provide low-income households with utility bill assistance during the heat season to cover cooling costs. Clean Cooling Collaborative is working with a number of organizations across the U.S., including the New Buildings Institute, the Building Decarbonization Coalition, and the Center for Energy Poverty and Climate to roll out a variety of these solutions.

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