Energy assistance provides home heating assistance, crisis prevention, energy-related repairs, energy conservation, emergency assistance, and referrals to other programs and services. Energy assistance providers available to People's Energy Cooperative members are listed below.
Contact the energy assistance office in your county to make an appointment. You will need documentation of your income and a copy of your heating and electric bill.
Beginning April 15, 2021, the following new program changes are being implemented in Energy Assistance:
- The deadline to submit EAP applications is extended into the fall.
- Income limits for the program are increased from 50% State Median Income to 60% State Median Income.
To learn more, contact an energy assistance provider.