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Energy Conservation

Did you know you may be eligible for FREE home weatherization services?

How do I apply for Energy Services? 

All energy programs are available for owners and renters. Level of services and guidelines may vary, so please contact us for additional information. Contact PWC at 513.351.7921 in Ohio, or 859.331.1991 in Kentucky. The application process is simple, but we will need to verify your household information (income, etc.). We will take your information over the phone, and mail you the application already filled out.  Just sign it, and send in any additional documentation that may be needed.

What Happens Once I Qualify?

Once you have completed the application process, a representative of PWC will contact you to schedule a home visit to determine your energy needs and discuss how we can best help you. And don't worry - PWC’S service professionals are trained, licensed and bonded. PWC is a proud member of the Greater Cincinnati Better Business Bureau.

Duke Energy Weatherization Program

200% poverty. Clients must pay for their own heat through Duke Energy. 

Services available throughout Duke service territory in Ohio and Kentucky. Duke Weatherization is available once every 10 years. 

Ohio Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP)

200% poverty. Serves Hamilton County only.

Funded through the State of Ohio. All heating sources may qualify. HWAP weatherization is available once every 20 years. 

Those participating in the Duke or HWAP weatherization programs may benefit from the following:


  • Energy audit

  • Furnace cleaning and tuning

  • Installation of weatherization materials  (when appropriate)

  • Compact fluorescent light bulbs

  • Health and safety check of all combustion appliances in home

  • Energy education tips



Electric Partnership Program (EPP) 

175% poverty

The Electric Partnership Program is designed specifically for clients currently enrolled in or income eligible for the Percentage of Income Payment Program (PIPP), an extended payment arrangement that requires regulated gas and electric companies to accept payments based on a percentage of the household income. Participants work with one of PWC’s staff auditors to develop an energy action plan to help do the following:

  • Learn how your home can better manage your electric usage

  • Reduce the need for electricity

  • Reduce consumption of electric

  • Reduce growth of PIPP arrearage

EPP is a one-time service. 

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