In Little Rock, home to the Clinton Presidential Center and Park, the Clinton Foundation operates the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) program — an initiative that helps local businesses reduce energy use and related utility expenditures. HEAL also works with each industry partner to provide home energy audits for their employees. Winfred Batch, an employee at L’Oréal USA, is just one of 200 individuals who took advantage of the HEAL program last year. Through HEAL, Winfred received a free home energy audit and identified key areas where energy was being wasted. The program provided free labor from AmeriCorps to perform the retrofit, and he received a zero interest loan from L’Oréal to pay for materials. HEAL also identified incentives from the local electric utility, and Winfred can pay back his loan in less than 5 months. Today he is already seeing the savings on his electric bill and is helping his community reduce its carbon footprint.