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The Laboratory For Innovative Housing, Charlotte, North Carolina

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Address: 9201 University City Blvd
Charlotte, North Carolina  28223  
United States
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Mission Statement


Our mission is to learn through research the development of housing that sustains the environment and meets economic needs. We teamed up with Habitat for Humanity in hopes of helping low income families to lower their energy consumption as well as their energy costs by installing weather proofing retrofits in the participants homes.

Description


The Laboratory for Innovative Housing is located on UNC Charlotte's main campus. We have received a grant from the Department of Energy to use towards our program titled SWIFT, which stands for Streamlined Weatherization Improvement For Tomorrow. We hope to weatherize 800 homes within and around Charlotte. We have teamed up with Habitat for Humanity in hopes of helping low-wage workers, retirees and their families to lower their energy consumption as well as their energy costs.

The Laboratory for Innovative Housing is located on UNC Charlotte's main campus. We have received a grant from the Department of Energy to use towards our program titled SWIFT, which stands for Streamlined Weatherization Improvement For Tomorrow. We hope to weatherize 800 homes within and around Charlotte. We have teamed up with Habitat for Humanity in hopes of helping low-wage workers, retirees and their families to lower their energy consumption as well as their energy costs.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to learn through research the development of housing that sustains the environment and meets economic needs. We teamed up with Habitat for Humanity in hopes of helping low income families to lower their energy consumption as well as their energy costs by installing weather proofing retrofits in the participants homes.

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Organizational Affiliations


Habitat for Humanity


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