Extending the Accessibility of Energy Efficiency
Income-qualified families and individuals can be difficult to reach when promoting energy-saving programs and products. Members of this sector often lack the resources required to make informed decisions and implement energy efficiency upgrades. Not sure where to start in making your income-qualified program a success? WECC can help you design and implement solutions to meet the unique needs of this customer base at a minimal cost.
A Strong Foundation in Weatherization
WECC was founded nearly 35 years ago with the purpose of providing weatherization services to improve the homes of income-qualified residents in Wisconsin. Since 1980, we have worked with utilities, individuals, government agencies, and community groups across the country to improve the energy efficiency of single family, multifamily, and mobile homes—mastering weatherization techniques and technologies while developing effective communication strategies that resonate with this distinct market.
We continue to lead the charge in cutting-edge weatherization practices, having received national recognition from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for outstanding contributions that have advanced the goals of the DOE’s Weatherization Assistance Program through individual or group achievement, inspiration, or innovation.
More Ways to Save
WECC makes reaching low and moderate-income residents in your service territory easy by adapting any energy efficiency program or component to the needs and characteristics of this market. We implement prescriptive, direct install, whole house retrofit, refrigerator replacement, and free energy-saving kit programs across the country. The strategic partnerships we have formed with numerous agencies who also serve this market have resulted in highly successful initiatives, and we look forward to helping your income-qualified residents save energy and money.
Looking for new ways to tap into this market? Contact us today to learn how WECC can help you make a real difference.