Low Income Program


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Replacing one 60 watt incandescent bulb with a 13 watt CFL will save $56 in energy costs over the CFL's lifetime.

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Program Manual

Through its Low Income Weatherization Program, TNMP makes 10% of its total energy efficiency portfolio budget available annually to not-for-profit agencies that can provide energy efficiency improvements to the homes of income-eligible customers in the TNMP electric distribution service area. Energy efficiency measures include efficient lighting, ENERGY STARĀ® refrigerators and air conditioners, solar screens, and attic and wall insulation. The maximum allowable expenditure under the program is $6,500 per home.

  • Ark-Tex Council of Governments
  • Economic Opportunities Advancement Corporation
  • Sheltering Arms Senior Services
  • Texoma Council of Governments
  • West Texas Opportunities, Inc.

For more information, please contact the agency nearest to you, or email Kelly Bradford.

To meet the income eligibility guidelines of the Program, total household income must be less than 200% of current federal poverty guidelines. As part of the application process, the participating not-for-profit agencies will verify income eligibility.

Other not-for-profit agencies interested in participating in the Program should contact Kelly Bradford.

Energy efficiency measures include efficient lighting, ENERGY STARĀ® refrigerators and air conditioners, solar screens, and attic and wall insulation. The maximum allowable expenditure under the program is $6,500 per home. The participating agencies are responsible for identifying eligible customers, validating income eligibility, performing assessments to prioritize energy efficiency improvements and arranging for the installation of eligible energy efficiency measures.

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