Energy Insecurity Project Details

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1. Learn

  • In the workgroup meetings, stakeholders learn from each other about energy insecurity from multiple perspectives.

2. Engage

  • Energy Insecurity workgroup meets monthly to discuss the connection between energy insecurity and public health, climate change, and vulnerable populations through the lens of health equity.
  • Facilitate communication and collaboration across different community sectors.

3. Collect Data

4. Develop EII

  • The Energy Insecurity Index (EII) will be informed and developed using information from the Greenlink Equity Mapping Tool, MCDPH vulnerability tool, and community member survey results.

5. Action

  • The energy insecurity index will help inform where to take action to improve energy equity and housing conditions to improve health and wellbeing of vulnerable communities in Maricopa County.