Weatherization Programs

Typical Services

Low-income customers can receive FREE whole-house energy efficiency upgrades to improve comfort and reduce energy consumption in an electrically heated home.

A certified weatherization auditor will determine what upgrades are eligible in your home. Upgrades may include:

  • New windows and doors
  • Insulation and weather stripping
  • Bathroom and kitchen fans
  • New furnace and water heater
  • Light bulbs

The measures improve the health, safety and air quality for qualifying customers.

Homeowners and renters will learn what they can do to save the most energy and stay comfortable and safe in their homes.

Income Qualifications

Idaho Power provides two no-cost programs to Idaho residents based on income guidelines below.

Monthly Income Guidelines – Weatherization Solutions

Family Size More Than Less Than
1 $1,759 $2,513
2 $2,368 $3,383
3 $2,978 $4,254
4 $3,588 $5,125
5 $4,197 $5,996

Monthly Income Guidelines – Weatherization Assistance

Family Size Monthly Income Limit
1 $0 and $2,010
2 $0 and $2,707
3 $0 and $3,403
4 $0 and $4,100
5 $0 and $4,797

Household Eligibility

  • Qualifying homes must be heated with electricity provided by Idaho Power.
  • Qualifying homes include single-family homes, manufactured homes, mobile homes and apartments. Rental homes need landlord permission for possible participation.
  • Household income must fall within current federal poverty guidelines listed in Income Qualifications.

How to Apply

Contact the local Community Action Partnership (CAP) agency in your region:

Metro Community Services

Serving Canyon, Gem, Payette, Boise, Washington, Valley and Adams counties
208-459-0065

Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership

Serving Lemhi County
208-522-5391

El Ada Community Action Partnership

Serving, Elmore, Ada and Owyhee counties
208-322-1242

South Central Community Action Partnership

Serving Blaine, Camas, Gooding, Lincoln, Jerome, Minidoka, Twin Falls and Cassia counties
208-733-9354 or 1-800-627-1733

Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency

Serving Bingham, Power, Oneida and Bannock counties
208-237-0991

Typical Services

Low-income customers can receive FREE whole-house energy efficiency upgrades to improve comfort and reduce energy consumption in an electrically heated home.

A certified weatherization auditor will determine what upgrades are eligible in your home. Upgrades may include:

  • New windows and doors
  • Insulation and weather stripping
  • Bathroom and kitchen fans
  • New furnace and water heater
  • Light bulbs

The measures improve the health, safety and air quality for qualifying customers.

Homeowners and renters will learn what they can do to save the most energy and stay comfortable and safe in their homes.

Income Qualifications

Idaho Power provides a no-cost program to Oregon residents based on income guidelines below.

Monthly Income Guidelines – Weatherization Assistance

Family Size Monthly Income Limit
1 $0 and $2,010
2 $0 and $2,707
3 $0 and $3,403
4 $0 and $4,100
5 $0 and $4,797

Household Eligibility

  • Qualifying homes must be heated with electricity provided by Idaho Power.
  • Qualifying homes include single-family homes, manufactured homes, mobile homes and apartments. Rental homes need landlord permission and possible participation.
  • Household income must fall within current federal poverty guidelines listed in Income Qualifications.

How to Apply

Contact the local Community Action Partnership (CAP) agency in your region:

Community Connection of Northeast Oregon

Serving Baker County
541-963-3186

Community In Action

Serving Harney and Malheur counties
541-889-9555

Note: Program continuation, eligibility requirements and terms and conditions apply.