WPN 16-7 Approved Weatherization Materials With Specifications (June 3, 2016)
WAP Memorandum 016: Multifamily Housing- HUD Lists (May 31, 2016)
WPN 16-6 Weatherization of Rental Units
FAQs (May 5, 2016)
WPN 16-5 Multifamily Weatherization
FAQs (May 5, 2016)
Poverty Income Guidelines and Definition of Income (February 10, 2016)
WPN 16-2A Program Year 2016 Grantee Allocations - Revised (January 8, 2016)
WAP Memorandum 015 - Weatherization Financial Toolkit – 2 CFR 200 Regulations and Procurement Procedures (January 6, 2016)
WPN 16-1 Program Year 2016 Weatherization Grant Guidance (December 31, 2015)
WPN 16-2 - Program Year 2016 Grantee Allocations (December 31, 2015)
WPN 16-4 Updated Weatherization Assistance Program Monitoring Guidance
(December 17, 2015)
Our Mission: To reduce energy costs for low-income families, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities, and children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety.
What is WAP?
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) was created in 1976 to assist low-income families who lacked resources to invest in energy efficiency. WAP is operated in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Native American tribes, and U.S. Territories. Funds are used to improve the energy efficiency of low-income homes using the most advanced technologies and testing protocols available in the housing industry. The energy conservation resulting from the efforts of state and local agencies helps our country reduce its dependence on foreign oil and decrease the cost of energy for families in need while improving the health and safety of their homes.
What is WAPTAC?
The WAPTAC website contains a ‘virtual’ library of all rules, regulations, policies and procedures required by DOE's weatherization program. The site is a central repository for presentation materials, photos and videos of work in progress, site demonstrations, news articles, and other documentation to support WAP operations. WAPTAC.org serves as the institutional memory of the Program.