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What is MEEFA?

The Michigan Energy Efficiency for All (MEEFA) Network works to ensure Michigan’s low-income multifamily residents live in affordable, energy efficient, and healthy homes.

MEEFA, as part of national Energy Efficiency for All work, seeks to connect the energy and housing sectors to enhance and grow equitable access to resources for the affordable multifamily housing sector and its residents.


Making Michigan’s affordable multifamily housing sector more energy efficient is a cost-effective way to reduce energy consumption, preserve housing affordability, reduce pollution, and create healthier and more comfortable living environments.


Energy Efficiency for All is a national effort dedicated to linking the energy and housing sectors to tap the benefits of energy efficiency for millions of low-income families.

Across 12 states, EEFA works with electric and gas utilities and their regulators interested in innovative energy efficiency program designs. EEFA advises housing finance agencies on best practices in building owner engagement and finance products. Collaboration with owners, managers, businesses and advocates in order to achieve energy savings in multifamily properties is another major area of focus for EEFA on the whole.


EEFA is a partnership of the Energy Foundation, Elevate Energy, National Housing Trust and Natural Resources Defense Council with funding support from The JPB Foundation.

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