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FY 2010 State Leveraging Summary and Table

FY 2010 State Leveraging Summary and Table

ALASKA — Resources: $38,561,158    Award: $1,144,721
$10 ,217,368 – state funds for State Power Cost Equalization Program that subsidizes electric bills of low-income people in remote areas
$12,366,000 – state funds to supplement weatherization program and Rural Residential Energy Rehabilitation Program
$15,977,790 – Alaska Heating Assistance Program created by the state legislature

ARIZONA — Resources: $31,847,610    Award: $763,323
$19,369 ,027 – utility discounts
$409,892 – utility equipment waiver equal to monthly service charge
$4,915,632 – state/local funds
$1,972,649 – fuel funds
$5,175,410 – utility-funded weatherization
$8,000 – community donations

ARKANSAS — Resources: $1,736,612    Award: $33,551
$830,741 – fuel funds
$905,871 – community and church funds

CALIFORNIA — Resources: $1,233,734,470   Award: $
$1,182,298,397 – mandated utility rate discount, 10-30 percent
$41,184,670 – utility-funded weatherization, including utility appliance programs (energy efficient refrigerators, water heaters, ranges, furnaces), utility weatherization inspections, donated repair of gas appliances and evaporative coolers
$4,795,220 – discounted weatherization materials
$4,552,343 – utility fuel funds and church and community donations
$233,247 – miscellaneous donations
$37,414 – landlord contributions for weatherization
$633,179 – city and county funds for utility assistance, emergency, and weatherization.

COLORADO — R esources: $13,326,272   Award: $
$1,905,000 – state heat rebate for residents 65 or older, disabled or surviving spouse 58 or older
$2,564,044 – utility funds supplement weatherization services to LIHEAP eligible households
$8,857,228 – utility fuel fund and Energy Outreach Colorado funds

CONNECTICUT — Resources: $33,804,265    Award: $371,815
$10,092,645 – gas utility arrearage forgiveness
$4,843,032 – electric utility arrearage forgiveness
$7,903,707 – gas and electric utility-funded weatherization (WRAP)
$5,210,955 – oil purchased under ‘Fixed Margin Pricing Program’
$3,473,540 – statewide fuel fund
$2,280,386 – state funds to assist oil heated households with heating system repair and replacement

DELAWARE — Resources: $2,160,926   Award: $71,118
$1,306,656 – state funds for energy assistance from public benefits program
$349,184 – Catholic charities and community donations
$281,886 – utility and supplier fuel funds
$223,200 – Citizens Energy oil discount

GEORGIA — Resources: $4,562,168    Award: $60,073
$3,564,447 – Universal Service Fund
$997,721 – statewide fuel fund

IDAHO — Resources: $1,609,425   Award: $
$1,190,400 – utility funding for weatherization
$197,591– community donations
$76,087 – landlord contributions to weatherization
$145,347 – volunteer time and weatherization donations

ILLINOIS — Resources: $71,049,413   Award: $638,129
$45,277,435 – SLIEAP funds through restructuring law for bill assistance
$9,066,177 – SLIEAP funds through restructuring law for weatherization
$1,000,000 – Housing Development Trust Fund for weatherization
$15,128,397 – utility rate relief to compensate for electric rate increase
$577,304 – utility fuel funds
$100 – arrearage forgiveness for active military personnel

INDIANA — Resources: $31,302,548    Award: $353,992
$6,982,282 – township trustee assistance
$7,823,947 – Universal Service Program provides a percentage discount for LIHEAP recipients of 2 utilities
$6,029,045 – utility credits to customers with shutoffs or notices
$1,768,813 – church and community
$1,553,835 – fuel funds
$6,017,939 – sales tax exemption
$1,101,593 – donations to weatherization from utilities and Habitat for Humanity
$25,094 – supplier discounts on fans and air conditioners

IOWA — Resources: $6,645,522   Award: $
$5,062,500 – utility-funded weatherization
$1,178,793 – fuel funds
$106,729 – church and community contributions
$297,500 – fees charged to a utility for the use of city-owned property

KENTUCKY — Resources: $5,280,894    Award: $71,799
$412,737 – fuel funds
$402,406 – community and church donations
$2,901,388 – utility rate assistance, waivers and arrearage forgiveness
$1,245,057 – state and local funds for energy assistance and weatherization
$319,306 – utility-funded weatherization and energy education

MAINE — Resources: $11,213,558   Award: $
$1,170,946 – state funds for heating assistance34
$8,561,910 – utility funds discount, debt forgiveness and appliance replacement
$1,035,298 – heating oil discounts
$173,758– donated and discounted weatherization materials, volunteer labor
$271,646 – donations for emergency fuel assistance and weatherization

MARYLAND — Resources: $42,975,736    Award: $497,935
$22,388,362 – Electric Universal Service Program (bill payment, arrearage forgiveness and weatherization)
$5,821,548 – utility arrearage forgiveness
$939,971 – bill credits for customers participating in Utility Service Protection Plan
$1,717,183 – utility fee waivers
$824,900 – utility weatherization
$5,923,266 – utility, fuel suppliers and private fuel funds
$1,975,347 – cash and in-kind contributions from non-utility fuel suppliers and customers
$1,173,959 – local energy tax rebate to low income households
$1,432,699 – state funds for emergency assistance
$778,501 – 3 percent-per-gallon discount from oil, propane, and kerosene vendors

MASSACHUSETTS — Resources: $109,732,767    Award: $1,034,389
$9,964,000 – State funds for LIHEAP
$68,432,648 – utility rate discounts
$20,965,000 – gas and electric utility weatherization
$8,336,062 – bulk fuel discounts - statewide Margin-Over-Rack
$36,268 – fuel funds
$1,998,789 – community and church contributions

MICHIGAN — Resources: $62,729,373   Award: $
$21,760,258 – statewide fuel fund and utility fuel funds
$40,394,559 – state funded energy allowances paid to energy suppliers on behalf of state assistance recipients
$571,606 – utility late fee and deposit waivers
$2,950 – utility arrearage forgiveness

MINNESOTA — Resources: $26,380,733   Award: $
$726,487 – state and local funds for energy assistance, weatherization and energy related repairs
$11,106,069 – utility discounts
$1,432,325 – utility fee waivers
$7,728,989 – utility-funded weatherization
$97,194 – bulk fuel discounts
$856,666 – fuel funds
$4,433,003 – church and community contributions

MISSISSIPPI — Resources: $3,265,869   Award: $60,455
$342,718 – donations from churches and service organizations for energy assistance
$1,585,418 – volunteer labor for weatherization services
$513,345 – utility fee waivers
$824,388 – donated cooling units, fans and weatherization materials

MONTANA — Resources: $11,967,205    Award: $284,598
$4,577,268 – utility discounts including system benefit funds
$2,705,362 – utility-funded weatherization
$1,424,056 – fuel funds
$2,048,378 – state funds for energy assistance
$1,034,110 – oil overcharge funds for weatherization
$19,180 – landlord weatherization contributions
$414 – weatherization materials suppliers discount
$128,982 – donation for heating oil (Citgo)
$1,051 – propane discount
$3,350 – donated firewood
$25,054 – EPA wood stove changeout

NEVADA — Resources: $16,872,537    Award: $678,751
$325,000 –Universal Energy Charge Fund for weatherization
$12,234,879 – Universal Energy Charge Fund for energy assistance
$313,066 – State Housing Division 15% set aside from the Real Estate Transfer Property Tax assists low-income families with utility deposits and utility assistance
$727,779 – fuel funds
$3,265,000 – utility-funded weatherization
$6,813 – utility discount and waiver

NEW HAMPSHIRE — Resources: $22,638,770    Award: $391,113
$3,358,079 – assistance from towns to supplement LIHEAP (state law mandates that town governments fund assistance programs)
$13,693,047 – utility discount as part of utility restructuring
$651,907 – bulk fuel discounts, primarily oil
$275,967 – statewide fuel fund and one utility fuel fund
$2,521,459 – utility-funded weatherization
$542,992 – church and community contributions
$1,595,319 – two gas utilities provide a 50 percent discount on delivery portion of the bill

NEW JERSEY — Resources: $285,200,805   Award: $2,784,406
$66,595,500– Lifeline, a state-funded program (general fund) that supplements elderly/handicapped energy bills
$170,755,221– Universal Service Fund for bill assistance
$13,946,499 – Universal Service Fund Fresh Start Program provides arrearage forgiveness
$432,802– fuel funds
$33,470,783 – societal benefits charge funds low-income energy efficiency programs

NEW MEXICO — Resources: $700,067    Award: $18,397
$ 306,459 – state funds for energy assistance
$ 392,301 – utility fuel funds
$ 1,307 – church and community donations

NEW YORK — Resources: $144,965,019   Award: $1,168,773
$73,174,399 – state funds for supplemental energy assistance
$789,851– sales tax exemption for public assistance households
$24,810,639 – state and local funds for emergency utility assistance
$31,288,916 – utility rate assistance
$528,266 - utility arrearage forgiveness
$69,033 – utility security deposit waivers
$13,173,997 – landlord contributions to weatherization
$1,129,918 – utility company fuel funds

NORTH CAROLINA — Resources: $3,775,986   Award: $
$3,408,007 – utility fuel funds
$130,992 – community funds for energy assistance
$165,988 – utility discount
$70,999 – county general assistance funds

OHIO — Resources: $191,245,126   Award: $
$169,954,546 – utility rate discounts (PIPP), Universal Service rider funds
$11,916,537 – utility-funded weatherization
$6,286,543 – utility security deposit waivers
$3,087,500 – utility fuel funds

OKLAHOMA — Resources: $12,333,070   Award: $
$12,333,070 – utility rate discount

OREGON — Resources: $30,608,866    Award: $511,008
$15,000,000 – public benefit funds for electric bill assistance
$3,772,959 – fuel funds
$9,961,685 – utility-funded weatherization
$508,952 – supplier discounts on weatherization materials and services
$334,687 – utility and community donations of weatherization supplies
$876,476 – donated heating fuels, coats, blankets etc.
$154,107 – deposit and reconnect waivers, discounts on heating fuel

PENNSYLVANIA — Resources: $464,537,498    Award: $2,945,090
$238,000 – petroleum companies’ settlement payments used for heating assistance
$362,223,491 – utility affordable pay plans
$13,562,451 – utility arrearage forgiveness
$51,410,814 – utility late payment, disconnect, reconnect fee waivers
$29,067,377 – utility-funded weatherization
$8,035,365 – utility and charitable organization fuel funds

RHODE ISLAND — Resources: $9,263,540    Award: $182,381
$7,854,158 –utility residential rate discount
$1,409,382 – utility matches 23% of LIHEAP grant

SOUTH DAKOTA — Resources: $738,560    Award: $19,253
$256,350 – county funds for fuel assistance
$184,100 – utility funds for customers not eligible for LIHEAP (160% - 184% of federal poverty)
$23,050 – landlord contributions for weatherization
$124,110 – supplier discounts
$150,950 – community and utility donations

TEXAS — Resources: $1,082,873    Award: $10,841
$1,082,873 – utility weatherization and refrigerator replacement

VERMONT — Resources: $8,955,113    Award: $183,716
$7,219,402 – state funds for weatherization, and heating system replacement, repairs and tune-up
$737,920 – fuel funds
$840,472 – bulk fuel discount and summer purchase
$10,050 – firewood discount
$147,269 – utility-funded weatherization

VIRGINIA — Resources: $5,175,868    Award: $56,652
$5,021,368 – fuel funds
$154,500 – states funds for weatherization

WASHINGTON — Resources: $29,438,896    Award: $385,917
$12,112,032 – utility discounts
$2,835,379 – state funds for weatherization (Energy Matchmaker)
$7,639,945 – fuel funds
$5,421,940 – utility-funded weatherization including Energy Matchmaker
$21,596 – wood and weatherization materials donated from community and charitable organizations
$1,408,004 – landlord contributions to weatherization

WISCONSIN — Resources: $11,135,409   Award: $116,195
$46,623 – state housing funds provide bill payment assistance and weatherization measures
$1,412,385 – utility-funded discounts
$556 ,828 – utility-funded weatherization
$4,782 ,000 – utility arrearage forgiveness
$16,895 – utility waiver
$2,212,475 – fuel funds
$2,108,203 – landlord contributions to weatherization