New Report Released: Home Energy Affordability in Indiana: Current Needs and Future Potentials
In June 2008, the Coalition to Keep Indiana Warm released a report authored by Roger D. Colton, titled Home Energy Affordability in Indiana: Current Needs and Future Potentials. This report presents a comprehensive energy needs assessment for the State of Indiana. This assessment consists of four primary parts: An assessment of low-income home energy affordability needs; An identification of resources currently available to meet those home energy needs; A review of utility credit and collection activities, including arrears and write-offs; and An exploration of potential additional resources through which to meet the identified home energy needs.
In their essence, these parts will present a tapestry consider the extent and geographic distribution of home energy affordability needs in Indiana. The assessment then identifies the existing and potential resources available to meet those affordability needs.
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Click here to view the Executive Summary.
Click here to download the full report
Earned Income Tax Credit Presentation from Energy Assistance Program Meetings - September 2008
Roger Colton's Updated 2006 Report
Recommendations from the 2006 Annual Collections Report
CKIW Affordable Service
Report by Roger Colton