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Connecticut Weatherization Assistance Program

Connecticut Weatherization Assistance Program

The State of  Connecticut has recently been in the limelight with one of the highest utility rates in the country. According to a recent study, the average residential electricity rate in Connecticut is 25 ¢/kWh, which is 40% higher than the national average rate of 18 ¢/kWh. This has placed tremendous pressure on low-income households who are struggling to pay utilities. This is where weatherization comes in.

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) provides grants to states, territories, and some Indian tribes to improve the energy efficiency of low-income people’s houses. These governments, in turn, enter into contracts with local governments and charitable agencies in order to provide weatherization services to individuals who are in need of employing the most recent technologies for improvements to residential energy efficiency.

Why You Need Weatherization

Weatherization is a process of making your home more energy efficient. This can help you save money on your utility bills and will also help the environment by reducing the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that are released into the atmosphere.

Who is qualified to seek aid from the Connecticut Weatherization Assistance Program?

You need to be a resident of Connecticut in order to be considered for participation in this benefit program. There is the option of providing preference to:

  • Those that are older than sixty years
  • Families in which at least one member has a disability (and preferably more) (and preferably more).
  • households that include children (in most states)

If you are currently receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), you are immediately eligible for weatherization assistance under the DOE’s regulations (TANF).

Furthermore, in order to qualify for this aid program, your yearly household income (before taxes) must be less than sixty percent of the state’s median income:

Annual Household Income Limits (before taxes)
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $39,028
2 $51,036
3 $63,044
4 $75,053
5 $87,061
6 $99,069
7 $101,321
8 $103,573

*Add $2,252 for each additional member in a household with more than eight people.

What actions do I need to take to apply for the Connecticut Weatherization Assistance Program?

Please contact the Community Action Agency in your region to apply (CAA). Dial 2-1-1 to find the closest energy intake location to you.

Application Specific Information

What is the best way for me to contact you?

If you require any additional information, please visit the Connecticut Weatherization Program’s website.

More information is available on the Weatherization Assistance Program website, which is managed by the US Department of Energy.


Benton Darrrell
Benton Darrrell
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