The LIHEAP Customers Energy Credit Application Period Begins June 1 – Check Requirements

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Under the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, Hawaiian Electric and Kauai Island Utility Cooperative customers in need may apply for a one-time credit to lower their energy payments. The application window is open from June 1 until June 30, 2023.

The LIHEAP Customers Energy Credit Application Period Begins June 1 – Learn How to Qualify (Photo: uschamber/)

LIHEAP Administration Only Accepts Energy Credit Applications During The Month Of June Each Year

Honolulu Community Action Program, Maui Economic Opportunity, Hawai’i County Economic Opportunity Council, and Kaua’i Economic Opportunity, representatives of the Hawai’i Department of Human Services’ LIHEAP administration, only accept LIHEAP Energy Credit applications during the month of June each year. Visit hawaiianelectric.com/liheap for additional details.

For homes suffering service disconnections, the agencies also handle more LIHEAP Energy Crisis Intervention applications in June. While ECI applications are accepted all year round, only a small fraction of them are actually approved each month. Each program year, a household may only receive one form of LIHEAP payment.

To assist in covering the cost of electricity, LIHEAP offers eligible low-income households a one-time credit on their electric bills. With a few exceptions, the program will only accept applications from people whose yearly household incomes are less than 150% of the federal poverty threshold.

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Visit the website of the relevant agency to check the requirements and procedures for applying:

More than 7,500 home customers from the five islands that Hawaiian Electric covers obtained a record $8.1 million in LIHEAP credits as a result of last year’s applications; 257 KIUC members received $321,200.

Each year, the amount of credit given to qualified applicants fluctuates depending on a variety of variables, such as their income, the total number of persons living in their eligible home, and the amount of money that is available.

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