Filling The Gaps: The History of The Weatherization Assistance Program

State & Local Energy Report presents Filling the Gaps: The History of the Weatherization Assistance Program. This feature-length documentary reveals the never-before-told story of the dedicated men and women of the Weatherization Assistance Program. Weaving interviews with archival footage, it shines a light on the unheralded work of the pioneers of weatherization, from the crews in the field to the architects in Washington, D.C.

To learn more and to purchase a DVD of the film, visit the State & Local Energy Report website: www.stateenergyreport.com/filling-the-gaps.

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Comment by j. west on March 28, 2013 at 8:53am
This is an excellent video. The story line is seemless and the content is solid. The production value is 100% professional. Its worthy of any network TV slot.
We use it for WX 101 training.
I have to admit my favorite part is the video of Gary Nelson with the giant IR camera and the head full of hair.

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