IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL LIBERTY RESIDENTS THAT MAY NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ELECTICAL NEEDS AND/OR CMP ASSISTANCE NOW AND THIS WINTER!!!
PLEASE REFER THIS INFORMATION TO ALL YOU CAN TO HELP OUR RESIDENTS WHO MAY BENEFIT FROM THIS!!!
The Electricity Lifeline Program (ELP) offers qualified low-income customers a credit on their electricity bill. This credit is based on household income and estimated electricity usage
Electricity Lifeline Program
The Electricity Lifeline Program (ELP) offers qualified low-income customers a credit on their electricity bill. This credit is based on household income and estimated electricity usage.
Who qualifies for ELP?
You may qualify if you are a CMP customer, eligible for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) and DO NOT live in subsidized housing. If renting, you must pay
a separate electric bill.
Where do I apply?
To apply for ELP, call your local Community Action Program (CAP) agency and schedule an appointment
between October 1st and April 30th.
Do I need to reapply for ELP every year?
Yes, you need to reapply for ELP every year and you can apply for
ELP when you apply for HEAP.
Who will determine
if I am eligible?
The CAP agency will make that decision.
What happens if I do not qualify for ELP?
You will receive a letter from your local CAP agency telling you that you do not qualify. They will also give you the reason why.
For over 15 years, CMP’s Electricity Lifeline Program has provided assistance for customers in need. Give us a call today at 1-800-750-4000 to sign up or visit our Web site at www.cmpco.com.
CALL CMP AT 1-800-750-4000 to enroll or get more information!!!!