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Energy Efficiency Program Helps Low-Income Customers

Safety and efficiency are top of mind at M.U.D., and that focus extends to our customers’ homes. Through a new collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of Omaha and the Omaha Public Power District, we are providing education and funds to help our low-income customers make their homes safer and more efficient.

Our Energy Efficiency Assistance Program may help you make improvements to your home that can result in reduced monthly utility bills and overall improved energy efficiency. Eligible customers will receive an in-home energy assessment that will identify changes or upgrades that can be made.

Cory Erspamer, program manager, said, “This new program provides another funding option to help our low-income customers. We are grateful for our partnership with Habitat to implement changes that will have a direct and lasting impact for our customers.”

To qualify for assistance, your household income must be less than 200% of the federal poverty level and you must be an M.U.D. customer. If you have questions, visit the Habitat for Humanity of Omaha website or call 402.457.5657.

For additional information about utility assistance, click here.