Imagine being able to make energy-efficiency upgrades to your home – at a 90 percent discount. It’s possible through Alliant Energy’s Home Energy Savers program. It makes energy-efficiency upgrades more affordable for hardworking Iowans like you.
If you meet income guidelines, Alliant Energy will pay for 90 percent of your home’s energy-saving improvements. Depending on your home’s needs, some improvements may include:
• Refrigerator or freezer
• Water heater
• Weatherization measures
• And more
||Yearly Household Income Range
||$22,340 - $33,510
||$30,260 - $45,390
||$38,180 - $57,270
||$46,100 - $69,150
||$54,020 - $81,030
||$61,940 - $92,910
Note: If household is larger than six, call to ask for qualification criteria.
You must meet the minimum income guideline to qualify.
The Normans of Grinnell, Iowa, got their home insulated, along with a new furnace and upright freezer. It was about $8,000 in upgrades, and it cost them about $800. As an extra bonus, their heating bill alone is now $50-$75 less each month.
Learn more about the program details in the Home Energy Savers brochure:
Home Energy Savers brochure for MICA customers [PDF]
Home Energy Savers brochure for HACAP customers [PDF]
If you are an Alliant Energy customer and want to see if you qualify for Alliant Energy’s Home Energy Savers program, please click on the community action agency listed below that serves your county:
Mid-Iowa Community Action (MICA)
Counties Served: Hardin, Story, Marshall, Tama and Poweshiek
Hawkeye Area Community Action Program, Inc. (HACAP)
Counties Served: Benton, Linn, Jones, Iowa, Johnson and Washington