Energy Cost Burdens for Low-Income Households

To establish a new method to model household energy cost burdens based on actual energy use patterns at the building level across several major U.S. cities, and to link energy costs to savings opportunities for specific building types and attributes. We seek to address fundamental questions of how energy efficiency and energy cost vary by demographic and income groups, neighborhood, and geographic region, and the economic implications of energy retrofits for renters and owners. 

Read the blog post: Energy Consumption and Cost Burdens in Multi-Family Housing