The Electric Partnership Program (EPP) helps eligible Ohioans reduce their electricity usage in their home. The EPP provider performs in-home audits and installs appropriate electric energy efficiency measures to reduce electric usage. Participants also receive information on how they can reduce their electric use and improve their home’s efficiency.
- Be income eligible for Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus (PIPP) or have a total household income that is at or below 175% of the federal poverty levels
- Have 12 consecutive months of electric usage at current address
- Annual baseload usage of at least 5,000 kWh
- Live in the service territory of one of the following Ohio electric companies:
- American Electric Power
- Duke Energy
- AES Ohio
How to get started: Contact your local energy assistance provider (Community Action organization by county) at this link: Home Energy Assistance Program Providers by County.