States Should Cut Low-Income Residents' Utility Bills Using New Home Energy Rebates
Later this year, households across the country will begin tapping nearly $9 billion in new federal Home Energy Rebates to make energy-saving and electrification improvements. Low-income residents particularly stand to benefit from the lower utility bills. But states—charged with administering the rebate programs—need to ensure that low-income households can take advantage of the funding.
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