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The National Low Income Energy Consortium is a broad-based coalition of diverse organizations dedicated to heightening awareness of the energy and utility needs of low income energy consumers and fostering public-private partnerships and engaging in other activities to address these needs. It operates as a Section 501(c)(3) corporation as defined by the Internal Revenue Code. NLIEC may undertake charitable and educational activities as allowed by the Internal Revenue Code in furtherance of ensuring that the needs of low-income energy and utility consumers are met.
Founded in 1986, the National Low Income Energy Consortium (NLIEC) brings together public, private and nonprofit sector organizations and individuals for a common purpose: reducing the residential energy and utility hardships and crises faced by low-income consumers. It does this by finding common ground among diverse groups that work with, serve or represent low-income energy and utility consumers; exploring, exchanging and promoting innovative ideas and successful efforts that improve the ability of low income consumers to access and afford energy and utilities; and setting an agenda for low income energy policy at the federal, state and local levels.
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