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Since 2011, the award-winning Energy Masters program has been promoting a more energy efficient and sustainable community by training volunteers in energy efficiency and water conservation techniques and in delivering community education and outreach programs.
The volunteers then apply their new knowledge by performing 40 hours of community service annually by:
- Making hands-on improvements in affordable housing units that increase energy and water efficiency
- Educating residents and their families to encourage behavior change for sustained impact
- Delivering educational programs to community groups and students at local schools
- Providing educational information and energy and water conservation tool kits to residents who are struggling to manage utility costs
To date, more than 120 volunteers have been trained and performed thousands of hours of community service to improve the lives of more than 400 families living in affordable housing. Read more about the tremendous impact of the Energy Masters program has had on Arlington’s affordable housing community.
Energy Masters program is funded with generous support from the Arlington County Community Development Fund, the Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy (AIRE) and the Department of Environmental Services and the City of Alexandria.
Affordable housing partners including AHC, Inc., Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH), and the Arlington County Department of Human Service, and new in 2015, the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
With additional support and in-kind donations from …
Learn how to become an
Energy Apprentice (students), Energy Coach, Energy Ace, or Energy Master
Support energy efficiency in Arlington and Alexandria