Nearly 650 people gathered in Portland, Oregon, on June 15-17, 2009, when the National Fuel Funds Network and National Low Income Energy Consortium presented NEUAC 2009, the National Energy and Utility Affordability Conference.
This landmark, three-day event is the largest single gathering in the U.S. to address the need for affordable home energy and other utilities for low-income people.
The conference website has been updated to provide copies of many presentations from over 40 workshops in seven tracks including energy availability and sustainability, weatherization and conservation, energy assistance and education, outreach and advocacy, vulnerable populations, energy programs in Indian country and the evolution of utility and fuel programs. (Note: not all presentations are available online.)
A conference recap, including general session speakers' comments, is also available.
Next year the project sponsors will present NEUAC 2010 in San Antonio, Texas, June 14-16.