Weatherization Assistance Program – What’s New
A recent economic impact analysis concludes weatherization work has an impact on Minnesota communities. The impacts vary by region and by weatherization activity, but on average the programs create one additional dollar of economic output with every dollar of spending. This heightened impact is likely attributable to the availability of manufacturers and suppliers of weatherization products in Minnesota and to the vast network of weatherization service providers throughout the state.
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Presentations from past events are now available.
As the Recovery Act comes to an end and the Weatherization moves into the next generation of providing efficiency and renewable energy improvements for millions of families across the country, the time has come to identify a new strategic roadmap to guide Weatherization through 2015 and beyond.
››Weatherization Program Notices for 2013 Now Available
The NASCSP WAP Funding Survey is the only comprehensive measure of all funds, including non-DOE funds,
used in the Program. Each year, the survey catalogues the funding and production levels for each Grantee of the Program as well as the source of that funding. The WAP Funding Survey also serves as the historical reference for all Program funding from various sources, maintaining data for over twenty years while publishing the previous ten years in each report.