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|An evaluation of the energy efficiency program for low income households
|Spoehr, John Douglas
Davidson, Kathryn M.
Wilson, Louis James
|Australian Institute for Social Research, University of Adelaide for Energy Division
|School of Social Sciences : Gender, Work and Social Inquiry
|Australian Institute for Social Research
|John Spoehr, Kathryn Davidson and Lou Wilson
|The aim of the Energy Efficiency Program for Low Income Households is to reduce financial hardship faced by low-income households as a result of rising energy costs. The results of the evaluation conducted by John Spoehr, Kathryn Davidson and Lou Wilson suggest that the program helped to reduce defaults on bill payments, lowering levels of disconnections and lowering levels of presentation to welfare and health sector organisations for assistance.
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