Low-Income Weatherization Program
The Low-Income Weatherization Program provides weatherization products and services to residential customers in need to help reduce their energy bills and improve their homes’ comfort. Appalachian Power provides funding for this program to the State of West Virginia to help supplement the state and federal income qualified weatherization programs.
To qualify for the West Virginia energy assistance program, a household’s income cannot exceed 200% of the poverty guidelines. To determine what sources of income are used to document eligibility and to apply for assistance, contact a local community action agency in your county of residence.
Appalachian Power does not offer this program directly. It is managed by the West Virginia Community Action Agencies. When a customer applies for an energy assistance program through an agency, they are also applying for this program. Be sure to let the intake worker know you’d also like to participate in the weatherization program.
Please locate your local Community Action Agency by visiting www.goeo.wv.gov or by calling 1-304-247-2277.
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