2015 Conference Presentations & Handouts

MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2015
11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m | Session 1

1A – What “Unacceptable” Means – How to Engage with Impact

1B – Achieving High Savings from Low-Income Energy Efficiency Programs

1C – Competitive Energy Suppliers – What Consumers Need to Know and Why

1D – Prepay Panel #1 – Prepay 101

1E – Innovative Distribution Channels to Provide Efficient Products to Hard-To-Reach Customers

1F – Successful Promotional and Fundraising Practices for Fuel Funds

1G – Dialogue with Federal Officials: Tribal Issues and Technical Assistance

  • No presentations available

2:00PM – 3:15PM    Session 2

2A – A “Top 10” Approach to Diversifying Your Fundraising Mix

2B – 6 Months – 5,000 Multi-Family Homes: Quick-Start Program Strategies

2C – Dialogue with Federal Officials – Agency

  • No presentations available

2D – Prepay Panel #2 – Customer Protection

2E – Shaking It Up: New & Nimble Designs for Low & Moderate Income Programs

2F – Meaningful Corporate Partnerships for Fundraising Success

  • No presentations available

2G – Collaborating Within: Weatherization and the Housing Connection

  • No presentations available

3:45PM – 5:00PM   Session 3

3A – How to Create a New Database and Why It Matters

3B – RI Statewide Energy Challenge: Find Your Four!

  • No presentations available

3C – Dialogue with Federal Officials – Vendors

  • No presentations available

3D – Cultures of Energy

3E – Engaging Low-Income Customers around the Smart Grid

3F – Tribes and Climate Change: Prospects for Energy Futures on Tribal Lands

3G – Effective Congressional Advocacy

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015
9:00AM – 10:30AM        Plenary

Plenary Session: Digital Advocacy in LIHEAP

4A – Taking Customer Assistance to the Next Level: Designing Customer Centric Programming

4B – Communities in Action – Energy-Efficiency Education Designed for Parents’ Community

4C – LIHEAP: The Basics and Beyond

4D – Using Data to Profile Low-Income High Energy Users

4E – Baltimore City Initiatives – Service Coordination and Energy Efficiency

  • No presentations available

4F – Who Are You?: Branding, Identity, and Language for Fundraising

  • No presentations available

4G – Best Practices: Fundraising and Administering LIHEAP

2:00PM – 3:15PM   Session 5

5A – Effective Oral Presentations

5B – Health-Related Benefits of Low-Income Weatherization & Healthy Homes

5C – Understanding the Impact of Tribal Nations: Developing Federal Policy and Budget

5D – Walk-A-Mile Simulation

5E – Beyond Weatherization: How Innovative Program Strategies Can Enhance Core Low-Income Programs

5F – Big Data, Big Donors: Using Data Analytics to Structure Fundraising Programs

5G – The ABC’s of Home Heating Affordability: Analyze, Budget, Conserve

3:45PM – 5:00PM   Session 6

6A – Volunteers, Recruiting, Training and the Benefits of Volunteerism

6B – Neighborhood Blitz

6C – LIHEAP Performance Measures

  • No presentations available

6D – Walk-A-Mile Simulation (continued from Session 5D)

6E – Isolated Tribal Communities: Accommodating the Disabled, Elderly & Those with Medical Needs

6F – Utility & Nonprofit Relationship Models for Fundraising

6G – Getting with the Times: Transforming Utility Bill Assistance from a Traditional Service Delivery Model to a Technology-Driven Process

10:00AM – 11:30AM         Plenary

Plenary Session: 111D Panel