The article released by the Pew Research Center compiles data on consumer perspectives for electric vehicles. The study revealed that Americans are not heavily inclined to the switch, but the percentage also depends on the generation surveyed. Perhaps unsurprisingly, newer generations tend to be...Read more
This article describes a survey the city of Philadelphia is plannnig to condut on conjunction with Wilco Electronic Systems. The survey is planned to be a phone survey of 2,500 people.
John Horrigan, former research director of the National Broadband Plan at the Federal Communications...Read more
This poll, published by NPR's State Impact Pennsylvania, is designed to see how many people in Pennsylvania have reconsidered their energy provider choice after the Texas grid failure. The article points to how, for some Texas customers who were on a variable rate plan, saw their electricity...Read more
This ethnographic survey was designed for use at public workshops and events in Philadelphia, PA. It was developed in February 2020, in consultant with researchers and nonprofit partners. It was used at one community event before the pandemic began in March and in-person activities ended. Please...Read more
This PDF contains a copy of the consent script read to individuals surveyed in the Energy Rights Project's second round of surveying, which began in November 2020. It also contains a list of various energy assistance resources, both local to Philadelphia and national. The first page of the...Read more
The National Energy Assistance Directors’ Association (NEADA), representing the state LIHEAP directors, received funding from the National Energy & Utility Affordability Coalition (NEUAC) to update the information about that was collected in the 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, and 2011 National...Read more