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NMCAA Offers Weatherization Programs

by Whitney Hahnenberg
Tuesday, October 18, 2022

As the cold weather approaches, families or individuals who are considered low income can apply for NMCAA’s winterization program.

“We are funded annually by the Department of Energy through a federal fund and the state LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) funding as well,” said NMCAA Housing and Energy Efficiency Services Director Tish Stave. “This year, and for the next five years, we’ll be reviving some additional funds through the department of energy through the bipartisan infrastructure law.”

The program helps lower energy costs, especially during the winter when energy bills are so high.

If approved for the program, NMCAA sends a certified energy auditor to your home, and finds what possible energy savings can be made.


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