Low-Income Electric Usage Reduction: The Ohio Universal Services Fund Experience (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2005

Document Type: Conference publication

Authors

Program Administrator:

Ohio Office of Energy Efficiency

Organization:

Apprise; M. Blasnik & Associates

Author Names:

Blasnik, Michael; Berger, Jacqueline; Lenahan, Tim

Abstract

The Ohio Office of Energy Efficiency launched the Electric Partnership Program (EPP) in 2001 to reduce the electricity usage and ratepayer cost associated with the Ohio Percentage of Income Payment Program (PIPP), a low income payment subsidy plan. The primary program treatments include refrigerator and freezer replacements, compact fluorescent lighting retrofits, and energy education. This paper summarizes results from the first round of impact and process evaluation activities. (Abstract only)

Efficiency Topics

Evaluation