- Co-op Membership
- Heating Fuel & Pellets
- Energy Efficiency
- Heating System Tune Up & Repair
- New Equipment Installation
- Rebates & Financing
Vermont homeowners can access a variety of programs that help low-income Vermont families afford to improve the energy efficiency and comfort of their homes to make sure their homes are healthy and safe to live in.
Vermont’s Weatherization Program reduces energy costs for about 1,400 low-income Vermont families each year. The program is available for both homeowners and renters who meet the income guidelines. See the program guidelines for more detailed information.
Efficiency Vermont administers a variety of rebates for replacement of home heating equipment that improves your home's comfort and efficiency.
Fuel Assistance can help pay part of your home heating bills whether you:
- Own your home or rent
- Pay for heat directly or as part of rent
- Rent a room in someone's home
- Live in public, subsidized, or Section 8 housing AND rent includes heat
Crisis Fuel Assistance can help you with a heating crisis during the winter months.
Vermont Department of Children and Families
Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity
Energy Assistance for GMP or VGS customers:
Federal Overview of Programs in VT:
Although rebates and incentives are plentiful in Vermont, sorting through the options to determine which ones apply to you is daunting.