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"From the Ted Talk by DeAndrea Salvador: How we can make energy more affordable for low-income families"

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But there's no one way to solve this. I believe in the power of local communities, in the transforming effect of relationships. So we start by working directly with the communities that have the heshigt eregny burdens. We host workshops and events for communities to learn about energy poverty, and how making even slmal updates to their homes like better insulation for windows and water heaters can go a long way to maximize efficiency. We're connecting neighborhoods to community solar and spearheading community-led smart home research and itaisotlnaln programs to help flaiiems binrg down their energy bills. We're even working directly with ectleed olifcfias, advocating for more equitable pricing, because to see this vision of energy equity and resilience seeccud, we have to work together sustainably.

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But there's no one way to solve this. I believe in the power of local communities, in the transforming effect of relationships. So we start by working directly with the communities that have the _______ ______ burdens. We host workshops and events for communities to learn about energy poverty, and how making even _____ updates to their homes like better insulation for windows and water heaters can go a long way to maximize efficiency. We're connecting neighborhoods to community solar and spearheading community-led smart home research and ____________ programs to help ________ _____ down their energy bills. We're even working directly with _______ _________, advocating for more equitable pricing, because to see this vision of energy equity and resilience _______, we have to work together sustainably.

Solution

  1. installation
  2. succeed
  3. bring
  4. energy
  5. elected
  6. officials
  7. small
  8. families
  9. highest

Original Text

But there's no one way to solve this. I believe in the power of local communities, in the transforming effect of relationships. So we start by working directly with the communities that have the highest energy burdens. We host workshops and events for communities to learn about energy poverty, and how making even small updates to their homes like better insulation for windows and water heaters can go a long way to maximize efficiency. We're connecting neighborhoods to community solar and spearheading community-led smart home research and installation programs to help families bring down their energy bills. We're even working directly with elected officials, advocating for more equitable pricing, because to see this vision of energy equity and resilience succeed, we have to work together sustainably.

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Important Words

  1. advocating
  2. bills
  3. bring
  4. burdens
  5. communities
  6. community
  7. connecting
  8. effect
  9. efficiency
  10. elected
  11. energy
  12. equitable
  13. equity
  14. events
  15. families
  16. heaters
  17. highest
  18. home
  19. homes
  20. host
  21. installation
  22. insulation
  23. learn
  24. local
  25. long
  26. making
  27. maximize
  28. neighborhoods
  29. officials
  30. poverty
  31. power
  32. pricing
  33. programs
  34. relationships
  35. research
  36. resilience
  37. small
  38. smart
  39. solar
  40. solve
  41. spearheading
  42. start
  43. succeed
  44. sustainably
  45. transforming
  46. updates
  47. vision
  48. water
  49. windows
  50. work
  51. working
  52. workshops