The Burden of FY 2008 Residential Energy Bills on Low-Income Consumers (pdf)
Busting Two Myths About Energy Affordability in the Warm States (pdf)
The Connection Between Poor Housing and Unpaid Utility Bills (pdf)
Making Ends Meet – EOS Powerpoint, 2001 Census data on consumers who could not afford their energy bills and the multiple hardships many endured at the time their energy was unaffordable (ppt)
Fuel Poverty in the USA: The Overview and the Outlook (pdf)
The Federalization of Energy Prices: How Policies Adopted by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Impact Electricity Prices for Residential Customers – Barbara Alexander (pdf)
The Impact of a Carbon Control Program on Low-Income Consumers – Joel Eisenberg, ORNL (ppt)
Elder Independent Living: Threats from High Energy Prices and Weak Consumer Protections (ppt)
Forecast FY 2007 Energy Bills and Heating Bills LIHEAP-Eligible Population 2001-2006 Based Winter Fuels Outlook Energy Information Administration, October 2006 (pdf)
Real Energy Burdens – Using Energy Burden in a Sector Map Approach to Set Low-Income Gas Rates (ppt)
A model presentation of real low-income consumers’ bills, incomes, and budgets- Data giving the full picture to compare individual consumers’ resources to the cost of basic needs. (pdf)
CFED’s Assets and Opportunity Scorecard – provides state and national data related to employment and jobless benefits, health care, education, and other financial indicators. These measures are sorted by race, household type and gender.
Wider Opportunities for Women’s Basic Economic Security Tables – An alternative measure of household economic security and well-being thesetables were calculated based on the cost of basic necessities for a range of household types in different states, geographic regions as well as national data.