Other agencies and organizations that publish LIHEAP or low-income energy related publications are listed below, along with their most recent publications, if available.
Division of Energy Assistance/ US Department of Health and Human Services
LIHEAP information for grantees and the general public, publishes annual Reports to Congress and annual Home Energy Notebook
- Report to Congess
- Home Energy Notebook
- Training Topics
- Frequently Asked Questions
- The LIHEAP Formula, February 23, 2016
- General information about the WAP, guidance for grantees
- Technical information about the program for practitioners and energy conservation professionals
- Periodic reports, testimony on the need for LIHEAP
- Evaluates and publishes papers on varied low-income energy programs
- Information to inform policy makers on the need for LIHEAP
- LIHEAP Fact Sheets, search by state
Economic Opportunity Studies
- A wide range of studies on low-income affordability issues.
Energy Programs Consortium
- Represents state weatherization and community service programs directors; energy policy directors, state public service commissioners; and energy assistance directors. Conducts research on their behalf.
- A consulting firm with broad expertise in low-income energy affordability and efficiency programs
- Updates on LIHEAP, weatherization and CSBG funding, legislative changes
National Consumer Law Center
- Resources on low-income energy and other utility programs, information is geared to legal professionals and advocates.
- Conference presentations focus on LIHEAP, weatherization, other low-income energy programs.
- LIHEAP Advocacy Resources
National Energy Assistance Directors’ Association
- Represents state LIHEAP directors, conducts research on need for LIHEAP, provides program statistics