Income-Based Assistance Programs
You may be able to participate in one of several income-based assistance programs if you meet income and eligibility guidelines set by your state.
Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP)
Designed to help offset winter heating costs of Connecticut's households whose income falls at or below 60 percent of the state median.
Home Energy Solutions for Income Eligible Customers
If you meet income requirements, you may qualify for no-cost home weatherization services to make your home more comfortable and lower your energy costs.
Matching Payment Program
Maintain service and potentially eliminate balances by paying an agreed-upon amount on time each month.
Eliminate portions of your overdue balance by making payments on time each month.
Get emergency help with energy bills year-round if you're not receiving other state or federal assistance.
If you're a renter earning 80% or less of the HUD Area Median Income, you may be eligible to receive assistance for up $1,500 of past due electric expenses.
Winter Protection Plan
Protects your service from being shut off between November 1 and May 1, with no late payment charges.