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Utility Affordability Programs

Utility Affordability Programs

ALERT: With Mayor Bowser adjusting the District’s operating status in response to coronavirus (COVID-19), all non-essential agency events, gatherings and meetings are postponed through March 31. DOEE remains open. All staff will work remotely, except in limited cases. All DOEE operations and services remain unchanged unless otherwise stated. For operating status of DC Government and more information on response, please visit coronavirus.dc.gov.

Taylor Street & MLK Energy Centers – closed from March 16 through April 24, 2020. During modified operations, clients may only apply online.

 

DOEE has financial assistance, discounts, and energy efficiency programs to help District residents with their utility bills. Please see below for services available to District residents.

ADVISORY: Appointments or online applications are required for District residents to apply for energy assistance with DOEE.

DOEE has financial assistance, discounts, and energy efficiency programs to help District residents with their utility bills. Please see below for services available to District residents.

ADVISORY: DOEE is not accepting appointments through March 31, 2020.  In order to receive assistance, please submit an application online via the link below.  Please note that major utilities have indicated that they will not disconnect services during this emergency period.

Services for Income Eligible Residents

Additional Resources for Residents

Additional Resources for Businesses:

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Request for Policy Advisory Council members:

Are you interested in energy efficiency and helping families stay safe in their homes? Consider joining the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Branch (EECB) Policy Advisory Council (PAC) to advise the Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) on issues related to the administration of EECB programs.

PAC obligations:

  • Attend quarterly conference calls
  • Meet in-person twice a year
  • Serve a two-year term
  • Review and provide feedback on program manuals, standard operating procedures (SOPs), the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) State Plan, department web page, and other materials used for program administration.

If you are interested in participating, please contact to Jennifer Kulp at [email protected].

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