The Cleveland Housing Network offers electric conservation programs designed to help reduce utility bills and energy usage in the home. These services are made available through Ohio’s Electric Partnership Program, Cleveland Public Power and First Energy’s Community Connections program.

An electric audit will determine whether eligible homeowners and tenants qualify to receive some or all of the following:
  • Compact fluorescent light bulbs (in high use areas only)
  • Refrigerator and/or freezer replacement (if old appliance is deemed inefficient)
  • Energy-saving education to reduce utility bills
An inspector will need to visit your home to monitor electric usage and determine your eligibility for these services. To qualify you must meet income guidelines and be a customer of First Energy or Cleveland Public Power. We also serve Wayne County residents who are customers of American Electric Power.

If you are unsure whether you qualify, we may have other programs that can help you. Fill out the application and we will determine your eligibility for all energy conservation and weatherization programs.

Application for First Energy Customers or Wayne County Residents

Application for Cleveland Public Power Customers
(Water conservation kits also will be installed, when available, to help you reduce your water bill.)

Please remember to include all required documents with your submission and mail to:
Cleveland Housing Network, EPP, 2999 Payne Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114.

Check our FAQ section or to speak to a live person, call 888-377-3774 #1.