My company, has made incredible contacts that have improved the way we do business. We appreciate NEUAC for helping us make these connections.
LIHEAP August Action Month
is over but keep the action alive!
Check out our post-Action Month newsletter for details!
The Realities of LIHEAP
Unfortunately, proponents of ending the Program are distorting the facts.
Read some of the distorted claims and realities of LIHEAP.
Who we are?
Following the 2013 merger of the National Fuel Funds Network (NFFN) and the National Low Income Energy Consortium (NLIEC), the National Energy & Utility Affordability Coalition (NEUAC), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, was formed as a broad-based coalition of diverse member organizations and individuals. We work to highlight the energy needs of low-income households and we advocate for policies and programs to help reduce their energy burdens. Learn More >>
Our coalition members represent the voices of millions of households who struggle to afford the basics, a warm home in winter, a cool home in the heat of the summer. We educate policy makers on the need for national programs such as LIHEAP. LIHEAP advocacy is a year-round effort culminating in LIHEAP Action Day in Washington D.C. every March and LIHEAP Action Month in August. Learn More >>
NEUAC is a national coalition of like-minded advocates committed to heightening the awareness of energy poverty. Members enjoy a community of professionals working together to provide affordable energy to low income consumers; have access to strategies and tools to help improve their crucial efforts; and most importantly help advance public policy through our combined efforts. Learn More >>
To solve any problem, we must work to understand its cause. NEAUC strives to address the issues and challenges facing limited income energy consumers.
Alita CorbettPepco Holdings, Inc.
Effective advocacy in any forum demands that coalitions are organized, informed and reflective of the true breadth and depth of support. NEUAC does that by bringing together utilities, fuel funds, consumer advocates, and others around the shared goal helping low income families.
Chris HicklingEdison Electric Institute
NEUAC’s value is in its membership. The networking and relationship building opportunities are invaluable to securing resources for the vulnerable populations we serve.
Petra DeCaille-PoleonThe Salvation Army-NY
In these difficult times, NEUAC is uniquely qualified to bring together and mobilize a diverse team of stakeholders to assist vulnerable populations in our country.
Edward GingoldFederal Energy Regulatory Commission
NEUAC is about partnership. It brings organizations together from all across the nation, to share ideas and resources for one common goal- to help those who cannot help themselves.
Tanya BrothersHeartShare Human Services
The value of the National Energy and Utility Assistance Coalition is to put a critical spotlight on, and to gain visibility to the energy needs of our country’s lowest income consumers!
Sue MaisNational Grid
NEUAC brings a loud voice to those no one hears – advocating for energy assistance and energy affordability.
Claire BartolomeoPublic Service Enterprise Group
NEUAC provides opportunities to develop best practices and allows organizations a voice in public policy and advocacy.