Due to COVID-19 health concerns, Energy Services office is closed to the public but is still accepting applications by mail and email.
All weatherization work (minor home repairs) has been postponed until we receive authorization to resume working in homes. However, emergency services for low-income households experiencing issues with their heater, water heater, or cooling systems will be assisted on a case-by-case basis. For more information contact (559) 263-1588.
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About Energy Services
For over 30 years Fresno EOC Energy Services Program has provided housing improvements that increase a home’s energy efficiency through various state, federal, and private funding opportunities.
Our program works to help our community become energy efficient by educating and providing quality weatherization services and solar, one home at a time.
Homeowners and renters in Fresno County who are income-eligible can save money not only on their energy bills but also on repairs. We can help with qualified mobile homes, apartments, houses, and condos!
Weatherization includes the installation of energy conservation measures and provides energy education to help make your home safer and more comfortable. Our goal is to reduce energy costs while improving energy efficiency and ensuring health and safety for low-income families, particularly the elderly, people with disabilities, and families with young children.
Fresno EOC Energy Services may be able to assist eligible households with minor repairs or replacements for qualifying units when certain conditions are met. *
* For specific information on this service, please call our office and ask to speak to one of our Intake Representatives for more information.
Weatherization measures may include:
- Weather-stripping doors and caulking windows or gaps around home
- Testing, repairing, or replacement* of refrigerators, water heaters, heating and/or cooling systems, and cooking appliance repairs or replacement
- Insulating exterior walls, ceilings, and floors
- Installing low-flow shower heads
- Upgrading interior and exterior lighting services
- Duct repair and replacement
These changes help to increase the comfort of your home while saving you money. Without weatherization, homes waste energy, making heating/cooling units work harder to keep your home at a constant temperature, resulting in increased utility costs.
Apply for weatherization services
Our program services and eligibility requirements change from year to year based on funding and community needs. Homeowners, as well as renters living in Fresno County who meet income guidelines, may apply for services.
For more information on current services available, please contact our office at (559) 263-1588 and speak to one of our Intake Representatives.
How to apply
Download and complete the application
If your energy bill is not in your name, you may also need to download and complete the consent form.
You may email your completed application and consent form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can mail your application and supporting documents to:
Please note that the application must be printed. If you are unable to print the application, please call (559) 263-1588 for further assistance.
frequently asked questions
What does weatherization do for a home?
How can I qualify for your program?
Are you sure these services are free?
I am a renter. Can I still qualify?
My house is falling apart…can you fix my roof? Can you fix my stairs?
Can I get a new refrigerator? A Stove? A microwave?
My water heater is broken, PG&E told me to call you so you could replace it for free.
My heater is broken can you fix it now?
PG&E told me I was qualified for weatherization services, why do I have to go through the application process again?
PG&E told me to call you to get my heater/cooler fixed. When can you come fix it?
I am a homeowner but do not meet your eligibility requirements. Where can I go to receive assistance?
HARP program expired on December 31, 2018. To ensure that high LTV borrowers who are eligible for HARP program continue to have a refinance option the Federal Housing Agency (FHFA) launched a new program: Freddie Mac Enhanced Relief Refinance (FMERR)
This program is essentially an extension of HARP but with different names and slightly different requirements. Through the new program, homeowners can get a lower interest rate (which means less out-of-pocket costs each month), get a shorter loan term, or change from an adjustable to a fixed-rate mortgage. There’s no minimum credit score needed, either.
I need additional energy assistance, is there any other help I can access?
Provides financial assistance with heating and cooling costs (electricity, gas, propane, oil, wood), energy crisis intervention, and energy education to eligible households.