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The Weatherization and Intergovernmental Program provides consumers and decision makers with information on cost, performance, and financing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. It is responsible for maintaining working relationships with our stakeholders, some of whom include state and local governments, weatherization agencies, auto companies, fleet managers, building code officials, Native American tribal governments, and international agencies.

Through the Weatherization Assistance Program, DOE delivers weatherization services to low-income households in every county in the nation and on Native American Tribal lands. Through a network of partnerships with more than 970 local Weatherization agencies, the program improves the energy efficiency of more than 100,000 low-income dwellings a year.

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