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PROGRAM UTILITY STATE DATA DATE ELIGIBILIGY- INCOME ELIGIBILITY- USAGE ELIGIBILITY- OTHER FUEL BLIND (Y / N)
Home$ense Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA) AK
Energy-Wise Arizona Public Service AZ ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level.
TEP low-income Weatherization program Tucson Electric Power AZ ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level.
Low-Income Energy Conservation Program Southwest Gas AZ Household size: Household income
1: $16,335
2: $22,065
3: $27,795
4: $33,525
5: $39,255
UniSource Energy Services UniSource Energy Services AZ ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Alpine Natural Gas CA ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Weatherization Anaheim Public Utilities CA FY 2010/2011 Household size: Household income
1: $51,700
2: $59,100
3: $66,500
4: $73,850
5: $79,800
6: $85,700
7: $91,600
8: $97,500
Self-Help Home Improvement Project (SHHIP) Redding Electric Utility CA FY 2010/2011
WE CARE Riverside Public Utilities CA FY 2010/2011 Program is available to RPU residential customers with a full-time resident who is a senior citizen (age 55 or older) or disabled.
Rebuilding Together Pasadena Pasadena Water and Power CA FY 2010/2011
Weatherization Truckee Donner PUD CA FY 2010/2011
Weatherization Turlock Irrigation District CA FY 2010/2011 Size of Household vs. Yearly Income 1 or 2 People = $22,065 3 People = $27,795 4 People = $33,525 More than 4 People = Add $5,730 for each additional household member TID CARES Program participants qualify for the TID Weatherization Program.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Pacificorp CA ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule. Shell measures are only available to electric heat customers.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Sacramento Municipal Utility Division CA FY 2008 ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) CA FY 2008 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Sierra Pacific Power CA ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule. Electric heat customers only.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Southwest Gas CA ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) West Coast Gas CA ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level Gas Service only.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Bear Valley Electric Service CA FY 2008 ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule. No; Electric service only.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) CA FY 2008 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Energy Management Assistance Program (EMA) Southern California Edison (SCE) CA FY 2008 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule. Some measures are excluded if not an electric heat customer.
Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEE) Southern California Gas CA FY 2008 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level For homes that need fewer than 3 measures, the energy savings achieved must meet certain minimums as established by the Commission. Energy savings of at least 125 kWh/annually or 25 therms/annually must be achieved in homes where only one or two measures are to be installed. Owners and renters. Single and multi- family. Multi- unit. 10 year go-back rule. 80% of the units in a sub-metered property must be income eligible in order to qualify for the program. 3 Measure Minimum Rule.
Energy $avings Partnership Program CO FY 2010/2011
Energy Resource Center – ERC CO FY 2010/2011 Customers currently receiving LEAP, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Security Income or MEDICAID assistance automatically qualify for ERC services
Home Efficiency Assistance Program (HEAP) Colorado Springs Utilities CO FY 2010/2011 ≤ 250% Federal Poverty Level
Conservation & Load Management Low-Income Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) Connecticut Light and Power CT FY2006 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level More than 2,000 KwH annually. No.
Low-Income Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) Connecticut Natural Gas CT FY2006 Qualified hardship customers who reside in 1-4 family dwellings Unit must not have received WRAP services in the prior 18 months No.
Low-Income Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) Southern Connecticut Gas Company CT FY2006 ≤ 60% State Median Income Unit must not have received WRAP services in the prior 18 months No.
Conservation & Load Management Weatherization, UI HELPS United Illuminating Co. CT FY2006 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level No.
Low-Income Weatherization Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) Yankee Gas Services CT FY2006 ≤ 60% State Median Income Unit must not have received WRAP services in the prior 18 months No.
Low-Income Weatherization Program Progress Energy FL 2004 WAP-eligible Must be a PE customer. Yes.
Home and Heartwarming Program Atlanta Gas Light GA FY 2010/2011 Qualified senior and low-income households that receive natural gas from Atlanta Gas Light
Weatherization Black Hills Energy IA FY 2010/2011 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
Weatherization Program Aquila Networks – PNG IA FY2004 ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level No
Low-income Weatherization Interstate Power and Light Co. IA FY2004 ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level Yes
Low-income Weatherization MidAmerican Energy IA FY2004 ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level Yes
Weatherization Avista Utilities ID FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible
Weatherization Assistance Idaho Power ID FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible Electric heat. No
Weatherization Services Rocky Mountain Power (PacificCorp) ID LIHEAP or WAP eligible
Low-Income Weatherization Program Duke Energy (formerly known as Cinergy/PSI) IN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible
Indiana Home Weatherization Duke IN 2010 WAP eligible Electric space heating.
Indiana Home Weatherization Indiana Michigan Power IN 2010 Electric space heating.
Indiana Home Weatherization Indianapolis Power and Light IN 2010 Electric space heating.
Home Energy Solutions NIPSCO IN 2010 WAP eligible Single family homes and duplexes. Must OWN the property and reside in it for 12 months prior to participation in the program. No. Gas only.
Share the Warmth Vectren IN 2010
Kentucky Home Weatherization Duke Energy KY FY 2010/2011 Household income is at or below the following levels:
People: Annual Income
1: $15,315
2: $20,535
3: $27,755
4: $30,975
5: $36,195
6: $41,415
Must have a Duke Energy gas or electric account. Primary heating source is gas or electricity from Duke Energy.
You are responsible for payment of all utility bills. Must live in a single-family home or apartment building (eight units or less).
Must meet minimum annual usage criteria.
Household income is at or below the following levels found in column E
WeCare Louisville Gas & Electric KY FY 2010/2011 income 125% of the federal poverty level or less, priority is given to elderly and disabled.
WeCare Kentucky Utilities KY FY 2010/2011 income 125% of the federal poverty level or less, priority is given to elderly and disabled.
Low-Income Energy Efficiency Entergy LA LA FY 2010/2011
Low-Income Energy Efficiency Entergy New Orleans LA FY 2010/2011
Energy Efficiency Services Program Berkshire Gas MA ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
Weatherization KeySpan Energy Delivery MA ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs Massachusetts Electric MA ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
MassSAVE NSTAR MA ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
Low-Income Electric Efficiency Program Unitil (Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Company) MA ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
Electric Universal Service Program All regulated electric companies MD FY2005 ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level Yes
Conservation Home Improvement Program (CHIP) Baltimore Gas and Electric MD ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level No
Income Limited Energy Efficiency Program Baltimore Gas and Electric MD FY 2010/2011 BGE electric customer; Owner of a single-family home, townhouse, row house, or mobile home that’s your primary residence; Currently receiving energy assistance – Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) and/or Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP)
Low Income Weatherization Program Columbia Gas of Maryland MD FY2006 ≤ 150% Federal Poverty Level Yes. Primarily gas because of funding but really anyone, process is random.  1,000 referals, 40 homes picked.
Low-Income Energy Management Program Central Maine Power ME FY 2010/2011 Household income is at or below the following levels:
People: Annual Income
1: $16,245
2: $21,855
3: $27,465
4: $33,075
5: $38,685
6: $44,295
7: $49,905
8: $55,515
9: $61,125
10: $66,735
Low-income Weatherization Program Aquila Northern Minnesota Utilities and Peoples Natural Gas Company MN FY2006 ≤ 185% Federal Poverty Level Natural gas as a primary fuel for space heating No
Energy Conservation Improvement CenterPoint Energy/Minnegasco MN FY2006 ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level CenterPoint Energy residential heating customer Yes
Low-income weatherization program Great Plains Natural Gas MN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible
Low-Income Energy Partners Project Minnesota Power (Allete) MN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible
House Therapy Program Otter Tail Power Company MN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible
Home Electric Savings Program Xcel Energy MN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible No
Low-Income Weatherization Program Xcel Energy MN FY2006 LIHEAP or WAP eligible No
Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program Minnesota Energy Resource MN FY 2010/2011
Low Income Weatherization Improvements Ameren Missouri MO FY 2010/2011
Helping Hands Entergy Mississippi MS FY 2010/2011
Free Weatherization Program NorthWestern Energy MT
Energy Share Energy West MT FY 2010/2011
Home Weatherization Program Sun River Electric Coop MT FY 2010/2011
System Benefits Charge (SBC) All regulated electric companies NH FY 2010/2011
Home Energy Assistance Granite State Electric NH FY 2010/2011
Low-Income Weatherization Program KeySpan Energy Delivery NH FY 2010/2011 Free home weatherization to New Hampshire customers on R32 and R4 discount rates.
Home Energy Assistance New Hampshire Electric Coop NH FY 2010/2011
Home Energy Assistance Unitil (Concord Electric) NH FY 2010/2011
New Jersey Comfort Partners PSE&G, Jersey Central Power & Light, Atlantic City Electric (Conectiv), Rockland Electric Company, New Jersey Natural Gas, Elizabethtown Gas and South Jersey Gas NJ FY 2010/2011 ≤ 175% Federal Poverty Level Customers who receive Lifeline, LIHEAP, TANF, SSI, and PAAD, General Welfare Assistance, and Section 8 Housing Assistance.
Comfort Savings NV Energy ( Sierra Pacific Power Company) NV FY 2010/2011
Weatherization Southwest Gas Corporation NV FY 2010/2011
Fund for Energy Assistance and Weatherization Regulated gas and electric NV FY 2004 150% poverty (evaluator says inadequate.move by stages to 250%) Qualifies for fixed credit under universal service assistance program. Those qualifying for max. credit($2500) get immediate referral and outreach. Yes
WAP-FEAC “GAP Household” Funding Sierra Electric and Nevada Power NV FY 2004 between 150% pverty and 60% state median Yes
EmPower New York Consolidated Edison NY FY 2010/2011 household income below 60% of state median income (i.e., HEAP eligible). Customers of a participating natural gas or electric utility and households heating with oil or propane are eligible for services. Participants must live in a building with 100 units or less and either participate in a utility low-income payment assistance program or income eligible
Residential Energy Affordability Partnership (REAP) Long Island Power Authority NY FY 2010/2011 People: 70% Annual Income
1: $51,989
2: $59,416
3: $66,843
4: $74,270
5: $80,212
6: $86,153
7: $92,095
8: $98,036
*For each additional person $4,494
Affordability Program Niagara Mohawk NY FY 2010/2011
Power Partner Program New York State Electricity and Gas NY Family Size: Yearly Maximum
1: $24,360
2: $31,848
3: $39,348
4: $46,836
5: $54,336
6: $61,824
7: $66,540
8: $74,020
9: $81,500
10: $88,980
11: $96,460
WarmChoice Columbia Gas of Ohio (COH) OH FY 2005 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline No
Housewarming Program Dominion East Ohio OH  LIHEAP
Home Weatherization Duke Energy (formerly known as Cinergy/PSI) OH
Community Connection Program First Energy/Ohio Edison OH 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline Yes
TEEM Vectren OH FY 2010/2011 Households with income at 300 percent of poverty or less are eligible for the program.
Hand-N-Hand Oklahoma Gas & Electric OK FY 2010/2011 Free home weatherization for senior citizen homeowners unable to do the work themselves.
Home Energy Savings Cascade Natural Gas OR FY2006 LIHEAP No
Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program Columbia River Public Utility District OR FY2006 At or below 60% of Oregon’s median income Primary  heating is electricity No
Residential Energy Assistance Challenge (REACH) Emerald Public Utility District OR FY2006 LIHEAP Customers of participating utility companies: EWEB, EPUD, Blachly Lane Electric Cooperative and PP&L Yes
Residential Energy Assistance Challenge (REACH) Eugene Water & Electric Board OR FY2006 LIHEAP Customers of participating utility companies: EWEB, EPUD, Blachly Lane Electric Cooperative and PP&L Yes
Weatherization Assistance Idaho Power OR FY2006 LIHEAP Electrically heated No
Low Income Weatherization Program Lane Electric Cooperative OR FY2006 LIHEAP Permanently-installed electric heat No
Home Energy Savings Northwest Natural Gas OR FY2006 LIHEAP gas-heated home No
Energy Conservation Helping Oregonians (ECHO)/Home Energy Savings Pacific Power (aka PacifiCorp) OR FY2006 LIHEAP Somewhat, households that do not heat with electricity can still get baseload measures and education.
Energy Conservation Helping Oregonians (ECHO)/Home Energy Savings Portland General Electric OR FY2006 LIHEAP Somewhat, households that do not heat with electricity can still get baseload measures and education.
Weatherization Salem Electric OR FY2006 Household Income under 60% of Oregon’s Median Permanently-installed electric heat No
Low-Income Weatherization Bonneville Power Administration OR, ID, WA, MT FY2006 No
Customer Care Plus Eugene Water & Electric Board OR FY 2010/2011
Community Energy Project Portland General Electric OR FY 2010/2011 Household Size: Annual Income
1: $24,500
2: $28,000
3: $31,500
4: $35,000
5: $37,800
6: $40,600
7: $43,400
8: $46,200
9: $81,500
10: $88,980
11: $96,460
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) Allegheny Power PA FY 2009 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline ≥ 8,000kWh annually Priority to: high arrearage, high usage. Customers whose consumption increases pre/post LIURP measures are subject to removal from LIPURP Program. Must reside in location 1 yr after performance. Participants are required to apply for free weatherization services by county or state if eligible. Customer must agree to all component of the LI program. Yes
WarmChoice Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania PA FY 2009 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline Avg. winter monthly consumption > 180 CCFs. Homeowners and renters (with landlord owner permission); Customer must be enrolled in the utility’s CAP program. Up to 20% of customers in the program can be outside of the CAP program, but must meet the minimum statutory LIURP eligibility criteria; Payment troubled (must have missed a utility payment or have failed a lease agreement in the past 12 months.
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) Dominion Peoples PA FY 2009 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline Use > 140 MCF annually or a bill arrearage > $200 Residential; customer has not moved or terminated gas service within the previous year; customer plans to live at residence for the following year; renter gas account must be in renter’s name; rental units must be metered separately and require landlord permission.
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) Equitable PA FY 2009 EAP income guidelines Use > 150 MCF annually or a bill arrearage > $100/ month Residential; single-dwelling unit; account in customer’s name; renters with landlord permission and homeowners; must be enrolled in utility CAP; non-cap customers must exceed 200 Mcf annually and have an arrearage of > $750 and be under 200% federal poverty level.
Warm Program Met-Ed PA FY 2009 LIHEAP Customers who qualify under the income guidelines also must have an average usage of approximately 600 kWh per month or 7,200 kWh annually. The customer must reside at the service address and have a minimum of 6
months consecutive service. He/she must provide proof of ownership, or secure
landlord approval if renting.
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) National Fuel Gas PA FY 2009 150% or below, of federal poverty guidelines >130 cf annually Residency at the premises for more than one year.
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) PECO Electric and PECO Gas PA FY 2009 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline exceed 600 kWh for baseload per month, or exceed 1,400 kWh for electric heat; exceed 100 ccfs per month for gas heat Yes
Warm Program Penelec PA FY 2009 LIHEAP avg. usage of approximately 600 kWh per month or 7,200 kWh annually. Customer must reside in residence and have electric service for 6 months prior; renters with landlord consent, households that have received weatherization services within the last 6 years are ineligible.
Warm Program Penn Power PA FY 2009 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline exceed 600 kWh for baseload per month, or exceed 1,400 kWh for electric heat Customer has lived in residence for 9 months, renters with landlord consent, households that have received weatherization services within the last 6 years are ineligible. no
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) PG Energy PA FY 2006 200%, or below, federal poverty guidelines. minimum of 1500 ccfs for customers in the Company’s northern and central operating divisions, which includes the Wilkes-Barre and Scranton areas, and 1300 ccfs for customers in the Company’s southern operating division, which includes the Williamsport area. Be a residential customer of PG Energy for one year. The program is available to both homeowners and renters. Renters must have written permission from landlords. No
Conservation Works Philadelphia Gas Works PA FY 2007 LIHEAP
Winter Relief Assistance Program (WRAP) PPL PA FY 2009 LIHEAP uses a minimum of 6,000 kWh per year. Customer is at least eighteen years old. Customer’s home has its own electric meter. Customer’s home is a primary home, not a “second” or vacation home. PPL Electric has not performed WRAP services to the premise in the past seven years. Customer has lived in the home for at least nine months. The Company requires customers who apply for WRAP to sign a Customer Partnership Agreement/Consent Form. In addition to authorizing WRAP work, the agreement encourages customers to be actively involved in the WRAP processes.
Conservation Works T.W. Phillips Gas & Oil PA FY 2006 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline > 120 mcfs per year Customer must not have moved or had an extended break in service within the last 12 months. Renters must have a gas account in their name, have an indivual gas meter, and landlord permission. Some special consdiration is given to customers with extenuating circumstances, such as medical conditions and medical bills. No
Smart Comfort Duquesne Light PA FY 2010/2011
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) Peoples Natural Gas PA FY 2010/2011
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) UGI Central Penn (formerly PPL Gas) PA FY 2010/2011
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) UGI Penn Natural Gas PA FY 2010/2011
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) UGI Utilities Inc. – Electric Division PA FY 2010/2011
Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP) UGI Utilities Inc. – Gas Division PA FY 2010/2011
Appliance Management Program Narragansett Electric (part of National Grid) RI FY2004 150%  of Federal Poverty Guideline
EnergySmart Memphis Memphis Light Gas and Water TN FY 2010/2011
Keeping the Warmth Atmos Energy TX FY 2010/2011
Energy Home Improvements Austin Energy TX FY 2010/2011
Weatherization Virginia Natural Gas VA FY 2010/2011 income at or below 175% of the federal poverty
Low-Income Energy Efficiency Efficiency Vermont VT FY 2010/2011
Weatherization Green Mountain Power VT FY 2010/2011
Low-Income Energy Efficiency Pacific Power WA FY 2010/2011
Residential weatherization Tacoma Power WA FY 2010/2011
Residential Weatherization Conservation Cowlitz County Public Utility District WA FY 2010/2011
Low-Income Weatherization Program Grays Harbor PUD WA FY 2010/2011
Energy Matchmaker Douglas Public Utility District, Chelan County Public Utility District WA FY2006 150% or below, of federal poverty guidelines
Weatherization Assistance Puget Sound Energy WA FY2006 Yes
Targeted Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program Focus On Energy WI FY 2010/2011
Home Weatherization Program Jefferson Utilities WI LIHEAP
Weatherization Assistance Manitowoc Public Utilities WI 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines Yes
Home Weatherization Menasha Utilities WI 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Home Weatherization Program Oconomowoc Utilities WI FY 2010/2011
Home Weatherization Program Plymouth Utilities WI FY2005 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Commitment to Community St. Croix Electric WI FY 2010/2011
Low Income Weatherization Services Rocky Mountain Power WY FY 2010/2011