About Us

The Florida Weatherization Network is a membership organization that supports the needs of agencies providing weatherization services to low income homeowners.  Formed in mid-2011, the network seeks to improve the capacity of providers, facilitate communication and planning, and inform the public about weatherization developments in Florida.

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Making a Difference

The Weatherization Assistance Program reduces energy bills for families in need, lessens the nation's dependence on foreign oil, and moves the country toward a sustainable economy. Nationwide, the average amount saved by households on energy bills after weatherization is $437 annually.

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About Florida Providers

Weatherization services in Florida are provided by 24 nonprofit agencies and local governments. See the list of weatherization providers in Florida for contact information.

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Read what clients have to say and see local videos.

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News and Announcements

Feature Articles

Most Rental Assistance Recipients Work, Are Elderly, or Have Disabilities

Increasing earnings among housing assistance recipients will benefit families and potentially enable the rental assistance programs to serve more households.

Our analysis shows that in 2010, most assisted households that could be expected to work were employed, even at a time of unusually high unemployment, although their earnings often remained too low to afford housing without subsidies.

Online Learning With NeighborWorks

A convenient, cost-effective way to build your skills, maximize your impact and grow your career.

NeighborWorks America’s online educational offerings enable you to stay close to your work while gaining the same valuable skills and knowledge offered at our highly rated national and regional training events. You can take advantage of this unparalleled professional development opportunity whenever it fits into your busy schedule, and wherever you can connect to the Internet.

Weatherization Funding

This week brings funding decisions affecting WAP’s capacity to persist, improve and leverage partnerships. The 2013 state allocations can be viewed here.  The Department reprogrammed over $65 million from other uses to supplement the inadequate Continuing Resolution allocation and provided $137.9 million total. 


Upcoming events

October 14-15
2013 Florida Energy Summit
Orlando, Florida
Mark your calendars. Registration details will be provided in the near future.

November 7-8
BoardSource Leadership Forum 2013
Los Angeles, California
More info & registration