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Low-Income Consumer Assistance

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REACH is a one-time energy-assistance program sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

The Energy Partners Program provides qualified low-income customers free weatherization measures and energy-efficient appliances to reduce gas and electricity usage.

Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) offers no-cost energy-saving home improvements and furnace repair or replacement services for qualified limited-income renters…

The CARE program provides a 20% discount on monthly gas & electric bills for qualifying households.

The Gas Assistance (GAF) helps low-income customers in the community who are having difficulty paying their gas bills.

For households with three or more persons, this program provides a discount on electricity costs once your energy usage reaches…

Find out what Medical Baseline is and if you qualify

This program helps income-qualified households conserve energy and reduce their electricity costs.  SCE pays all the costs of purchasing and…

Find out if you qualify for reduced-rate basic phone service

SDG&E: Energy Team
January 10, 2012
The Energy Team program provides free energy-saving home improvements such as new energy-efficient appliances and other measures to those with…

The Energy Assistance Fund (EAF) is an assistance program designed to help SCE customers in need to pay their electric…

The Neighbor-to-Neighbor Fund provides for a one-time assistance of up to $200 on a customer's winter bill.

The mission of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is to assist low income households, particularly those with…