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US$250 million available for energy efficiency in low-income Los Angeles households


The California Public Utilities Commission has approved a significant increase in financing for the deployment of energy efficiency measures to low-income households in the Los Angeles region, a move that aims to help alleviate the potential risk of blackouts from the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak. As a result of the commission’s action, Southern California Gas and Southern California Edison can now use nearly US$250 million in previously unspent funds for measures that will cut bills and electricity and gas waste via the state’s Energy Savings Assistance Program (ESA). To date, the commission has set strict goals requiring utilities to install efficiency measures in a minimum number of households per year-with a final goal of treating all low-income households by 2020.

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