More Fuel Savings Information

Winter Heating Aid Includes Increased Income Limits

Applications are now available for winter heating aid for eligible low-income and some middle-income households under state energy assistance programs. To apply, call the Department of Social Service winter heating aid hotline at 1-800-842-1132 or visit the agency’s Web site at You may also apply at one of the Community Action agencies, below.

  • Community Action of Danbury (203) 748-5422
  • New Opportunities (Waterbury area) (203) 756-8151
  • Bristol Community Organization (860) 582-7490
  • Human Resources Agency of New Britain (860) 223-2288
  • Community Renewal Team
    • (Hartford area) (860) 560-5800 or 1-800-798-3805;
    • (Middletown area) (860) 347-4465 ext.223 or 224
  • ACCESS (Willimantic - Danielson area) (860) 450-7423
  • Thames Valley Council for Community Action (Norwich-New London area) (860) 425-6681
  • New Opportunity for Greater Meriden (203) 235-0278
  • Community Action Agency of New Haven (203) 387-7700
  • TEAM (Derby-Ansonia-Shelton area) (203) 736-5420
  • Action for Bridgeport Community Development (203) 384-6904
  • Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now (203) 899-2484
  • CTE (Stamford area) (203) 352-4846

New Furnace Rebate Program

The new Connecticut Furnace Rebate Program can provide rebates of up to $500 for homeowners who replace their furnaces with more efficient models. 

The program applies to homes and apartment buildings with four units or less. Replacement furnaces fueled by natural gas must be Energy Star-rated, while oil and propane equipment must be at least 84 percent efficient. The amount of the rebate varies depending on the income of the homeowner.  An application form for the furnace rebate program is available here or at:

The furnace rebate hotline at 1-866-940-4676 can also put residents in touch with the program. Persons who leave their name, mailing address and phone number will be mailed program application materials.