Energy Insecurity and Utility Disconnections Research Workshop, May 2021

The virtual workshop included the presentations of five research papers on energy poverty, energy insecurity, and utility disconnections. 
Participants represented a range of government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and research institutions.
The papers presented at the workshop included:
Energy Poverty: Measuring and Planning
Destenie Nock, Carnegie Mellon University
A Multidimensional Approach to Energy and Equity: Exploring Energy Poverty Recognition and Response in the U.S.
Dominic Bednar, University of Michigan
The Incidence of Extreme Economic Stress: Evidence from Utility Disconnections
Steve Cicala, Tufts University
The Effect of Utility Disconnection Moratoriums on Household Energy and Financial Insecurity
Trevor Memmott, Indiana University
Housing Precarity & the COVID-19 Pandemic: Impacts of Utility Disconnection and Eviction Moratoria on Infections and Deaths across US Counties
Kay Jowers, Duke University

Energy Justice Workshop, May 2019