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Energy Assistance

Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)

LIHEAP is a federally funded program for qualified households. The program provides a one-time benefit (per program year) to assist with heating costs in the winter. Eligibility for LIHEAP is based on a number of factors including household size and income.

Project Share

Project Share helps those who are unable to pay energy bills for electric, natural gas, propane, oil, or firewood due to illness, disability, age, or unemployment.

Energy Assistance Brochures for Idaho and Oregon

Energy Assistance is a federally funded program for qualified households which provides a one-time benefit (per program year) to assist with heating costs. This brochure includes the 2015/2016 eligibility guidelines and a list of Community Action Partnership agencies to contact for assistance.

Idaho version or the Español versión
Oregon version or the Español versión

Agency Locations

To find out if you or someone you know qualifies for energy assistance or Project Share, contact your local social service agency by clicking on the arrow below and selecting a city.

You will need to provide the agency with your account and service agreement numbers from your most current Idaho Power bill or notice.


Residential Weatherization Programs

Idaho Power offers free weatherization improvements to electrically heated homes of income-qualified customers. These energy efficiency measures improve comfort and reduce energy consumption.

Two residential weatherization programs are available to Idaho Power customers whose homes are heated with electricity, the Weatherization Assistance Program and the Weatherization Solutions Program. Income qualifications are slightly different, so customers who don't qualify for the first program may be eligible for the second one.

Practical Ways To Manage Your Energy Use

Information about reading your meter, seasonal energy-saving ideas and payment options.

Energy Saving Tips

For non-energy related resources, contact:

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