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Energy Assistance

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations.

Most types of fuels are eligible to receive assistance. Whether you use wood, propane, natural gas, electricity or fuel oil to heat your home, energy assistance is available if you qualify.

Kewaunee County Human Services contracts with Energy Services, Inc. for this program.

Further information regarding WHEAP can be located on the Home Energy+ website or call 1-866-432-8947.

The State of Wisconsin Department of Administration administers the federally funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Public Benefits Energy Assistance program which combined is known as WHEAP.  WHEAP is operated from October 1st through May 15th of each year for regular benefit assistance. The easiest and fastest way to apply for WHEAP is to apply online. During regular business hours, applications are also available by stopping by Energy Services of Kewaunee County located at 223 Ellis Street, Kewaunee, WI, or contact them by phone at (920) 388-0652. Face-to-face/Telephone appointments can also be scheduled if preferred. The unit also provides specialized services including emergency fuel assistance, proactive assistance to prevent disconnects during the entire year and that information is also available by contacting Energy Services of Kewaunee County during regular business hours.

Households eligible for WHEAP may also be eligible for the Wisconsin Weatherization Assistance Program (WisWAP). WisWAP uses energy conservation techniques to reduce the cost of home energy. Correcting health and safety hazards and potentially life-threatening conditions is the first consideration in WisWAP activities. For detailed eligibility requirement information for WHEAP and WisWAP visit the Home Energy+ website