Les rénovations énergétiques sont un outil important pour améliorer la qualité des logements et faire face à l’augmentation des coûts énergétiques. Quelles sont les principales considérations pour les villes et leurs partenaires dans la conception de programmes de modernisation des bâtiments en vue d’une large adoption?

Learning Outcomes:
From this webinar and the supporting resources shared, participants will be ready to:

  • Define and refine the equity goals for their EV strategy/program
  • Define the EV program’s eligibility and who the program will serve
  • Identify, engage, and recruit the partners needed to make the program successful
  • Determine preferred path for administration of the program

Part 1: background

Covers background on USDN’s Guidebook on Equitable Clean Energy Program Design for Local Governments and Partners, and on the LEAP Project as well as context for this webinar

Part 2: Program Structure

Covers putting USDN’s Guidebook into practice by
• Determining program administrator
• Map out customer interaction
• Build equity into supply chain
• Establish consumer protection measures

(Also see additional resources and content on program design)

Part 3: PROGRAM examples

Part 4: Case study | Washington dc solar for all program

Deeper dive into Washington DC’s Solar for All program, including a discussion on
• Program eligibility and administration
• Customer interactions
• Consumer protections
• Workforce development
• Key lessons learned


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Core Resources

Contact Information

Organizer – Abhi, CUSP (abhi@cuspnetwork.ca)

Lead Facilitator | Parts 1 and 2 of Webinar – Farrah Andersen, Cadmus, (farrah.andersen@cadmusgroup.com)

Topic Expert | Part 3 of Webinar – Jamie Daudon, Cadmus (jamie.daudon@cadmusgroup.com)

Practitioner Expert | Part 4 of Webinar – Thomas Bartholomew , Department of Energy and Environment, District of Columbia, (thomas.bartholomew@dc.gov)