Additional Information

 

See How Congregations are Saving Energy & Saving Money

See How People are Saving Energy & Saving Money

See if you qualify for Low-income Weatherization Assisstance

 

 

Summary of all Low Income Programs (PDF)

Efficient Electrical Appliance Programs (PDF)

Weatherization Programs (PDF)

 

Contact Us

You can contact us by phone, email or post. Our contact information:

Mass. Interfaith Power & Light
14 Collins Road
Waban, MA 02468

Phone: 617-244-0755

MIPandL@MIPandL.org

 

 

Mass Resources

Eligibility for fuel assistance is based on the current combined gross annual income of everyone in your household 18 years of age or older. Current gross annual income means income that you are getting now, from all sources, such as a job, government assistance, pensions, child support payments, interest on savings, etc., before any deductions.

The income limits depend on the number of people in your household. To be eligible for fuel assistance, your household's gross income must be less than or equal to 60% of the estimated state median income for your
household size, as shown in the table below:

Fuel Assistance Income Limits
Winter 2013-2014

Household size

 

Gross annual income 60% estimated state median income

 

1

$32,065

2

$41,932

3

$51,798

4

$61,664

5

$71,530

6

$81,396

7

$83,246

8

$85,096

9

$86,946

10

$88,796

 

For larger households, see FY2014 LIHEAP Income Eligibility Chart on the DHCD web site.

To download a PDF of this chart, click here.

 

 

Mass. Interfaith Power & Light is a non-profit organization that provides a religious response to climate change. Our mission is to: Assist faith communities, their members and the public to decrease their carbon dioxide emissions & energy costs; educate people on why climate change is a matter of morality and justice; and increase public understanding of policies that will lead to a sustainable future.