Low-Income

Nearly half of low-income families use natural gas to heat their homes, and they benefit from assistance offered to them by many natural gas utilities in the form of:

  • Bill payment assistance
  • Free home energy audits and low-cost or no-cost equipment replacement
  • Weatherization assistance – a service provided by 74 percent of natural gas efficiency programs and by the federal Weatherization Assistance Program

​Many utilities partner with community action agencies to streamline program administration, reach more customers in need, and leverage Federal LIHEAP and DOE Weatherization Assistance Program funds.

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