ComEd Expanded Low Income Health and Safety Investment

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As part of ComEd’s 4-year Energy Efficiency Plan spanning 2022 – 2025, ComEd committed to an expanded investment in Health and Safety to help ensure energy efficiency access to those customers that can most benefit. This budget is reserved to address conditions identified in homes and residential buildings that represent a potential risk of harm to a person or property that limits the ability for an energy efficiency project to move forward safely. To date, ComEd has invested over $13M in Health and Safety mitigation, enabling nearly 650 energy efficiency projects to safely proceed resulting in 41,145 net MWhs of savings (inclusive of converted therms) to be recognized by income eligible and Public Housing customers.