Struggling to pay the electricity bill? Duke Provides Assistance
PLAINFIELD, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Duke Energy is encouraging customers who are struggling to pay their electricity bills to apply for assistance through the Indiana Community Action Association.
On Thursday, Duke Energy announced that the company has dedicated an additional $200,000 to energy bill assistance programs. Eligible customers can receive a credit of up to $300 annually.
So far this year, the company says it has helped nearly 1,700 households with more than $378,000 in energy bill support through the Share the Light Fund.
To find your local community action agency, INCAP . go to website here,
“We know our customers are facing rising costs for everything from groceries to necessities”
transportation in their electricity bill, which has increased due to rising fuel costs
generation of electricity,” said Stan Pinegar, president of Duke Energy Indiana. “We’ve found
so that more and more of our customers can take advantage of the resources available to them,
And we want to connect them to help.”
Additionally, the company encourages low-income customers who are struggling with bills to apply for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Eligibility requirements and application for LIHEAP can be found at online here,
Duke also reminds customers of their many programs that can help them manage their accounts better, such as budget billing, check your due dates, installment plans and more. To learn about these programs, visit the Duke Energy website. Here,
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