Now is the perfect time to make your home more energy efficient. We are proud to offer programs that improve the health, safety and financial stability of Tulare County residents.
FOCUSING OUR ENERGY ON THOSE IN NEED
According to a study released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, low-income households can spend as high as 16.4 percent of their income on residential energy services, while an average household spends just 7.2 percent.
For that reason, the study stressed the need for greater access to available options for low-income households to reduce energy costs. That's where CSET’s Energy Services Department comes into play.
Home Weatherization Services
Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
ENERGY SERVICES HOTLINE
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
IMPROVING HOUSEHOLD HEALTH AND SAFETY
Weatherization services are designed to increase the energy efficiency of homes, owned or occupied by low-income residents, to reduce their residential energy expenses and improve family health and safety.
IT WAS OUR HONOR TO SERVE THOSE WHO WERE SUFFERING
As of June 30, 2017, emergency drought relief programs funded by the State of California are no longer active. Drought relief assistance is still being provided by Self-Help Enterprises through a partnership with the County of Tulare. For assistance, please call (559) 651-1000 or click on the button below to be directed to the Self-Help Enterprises website.
ENERGY ASSISTANCE (LIHEAP)
PROVIDING AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET AHEAD
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides one-time financial assistance to help offset an eligible household’s energy costs (utility bill for electric, gas or propane).
ENERGY UPGRADE CA
Energy Upgrade California® is a statewide initiative committed to helping Californians be more energy efficient, utilize more sustainable natural resources, reduce demand on the energy grid and make informed choices about their energy use at home and at work—all of which goes a long way for California.
In recent years, Californians have done a great job managing energy and becoming more energy efficient. But in order to meet the state’s goal to become a zero-carbon electricity state by 2045, we need to do more. How can we take the next step?