Energy Equity Alliance is looking for the FACES of Energy and you could be one.

“Between 2008 and 2012, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans making less than $20,000 increased the share of their paycheck going to cover utility and fuel bills from 25% to 29%. During this same period of time, Americans earning more than $70,000 decreased the proportion of their income spent on utilities and fuel from 5.4% to 5.0%.”
Mainstreet Economy Report, Creighton University (Feb. 2014)

Do you feel your energy bills are too high and need help or have you received assistance through federal programs such as LIHEAP? Are you looking to invest in solar power, but can’t afford it? Do you have a story to tell? If so we want to hear from you because you could be EEA’s FACE of Energy.

Share your testimony for your chance to be featured on the EEA site. You can upload a video to YouTube, send us an email with a photo or click on the button below to record a short video telling us your story.

We all have a story and now you have the opportunity to share yours.

FACES of Energy Videos