Energy Efficiency / Power Smart

Knowing how most American’s consume energy in the home and learning ways to control that consumption is powerful information that will help you make important decisions about electricity usage to help save money on your bill.

Where are you using the most electricity in your home? Can you make changes in use to reduce your costs? Download the DIY Home Energy Audit Checklist to assess at-home energy use and to determine where you can reduce energy use at your home to save money on your bill. 

Booklets listed below to view and download.

DEMCO Energy Saving Tips 101 Ways to Save Energy and MoneyHome Energy Savings GuideQuestion to Ask When Replacing Your HVACCommercial Energy Savings Guide
Use this checklist to assess at-home energy use and learn how to take steps to conserve energy and save money on your bill. This do it yourself checklist will walk you through areas of your home and guide your efforts to conserve energy and save money. Addressing these things will improve your home’s energy efficiency which usually correlates to a lower bill. You only pay for the power you use, so if your home is more efficient – and you use less power – you pay less!
 
Where are you using the most electricity in your home? Can you make changes in use to reduce your costs? Take a look at this information to determine where you can reduce energy use at your home to save money.
 
Take an interactive tour through our digital home to find ways to save energy and money.
 

Department of Energy Case Studies, Energy Blogs and Videos to help you save money, live better, and help the earth. 

Step-by-step guides to do-it-yourself home energy improvements. 

LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) is a program that provides money to help individuals with energy bills and other energy-related expenses. LIHEAP is funded through the federal government and works with community action agencies to qualify customers and distribute the funds.

Information about weatherization assistance for Louisiana residents to obtain safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing from the Louisiana Housing Corporation.  

 

ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS:

Ascension Parish
225-473-3789 Ascension Parish Council on Aging
225-644-4342 Fellowship Center
225-644-8532 Quad/LIHEAP
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

East Baton Rouge Parish
225-336-8770 Catholic Community Services
225-923-8000 EBR Parish Council on Aging
225-358-4561 Office of Social Services/LIHEAP (main phone number)
225-658-9790 Chaneyville Community Center (70739, 70770, 70791)
225-357-5013 Delmont Service Center/Charles R Kelly Community Center (70739, 70811, 70812, 70818)
225-389-7679 Dr. Martin Luther King Center (70802, 70806, 70814,70815, 70816, 70818, 70819)
225-355-4483 Salvation Army
225-383-7837 or 225-928-7612 St. Vincent De Paul
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

East Feliciana Parish
225-683-9862 East Feliciana Parish Council on Aging
1-844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

Livingston Parish
225-665-0484 Quad/LIHEAP
225-667-9015 Community Hands LLC (Thursday 9:00-12:00)(bring disconnect notice in their name)
225-664-9343 Livingston Parish Council on Aging (60 years of age)(up to $100.00 once every 6 1/2 months)
225-355-4483 Salvation Army
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

St. Helena Parish
225-222-6070 St. Helena Parish Council on Aging
225-748-4747 God’s Store House (Independence, Kentwood, Loranger, Greensburg)
225-222-6070 QUAD/LIHEAP
985-542-8900 St. Vincent De Paul
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

Tangipahoa Parish
985-748-7486 Tangipahoa Parish Council on Aging
225-336-8770 Catholic Community Services
225-748-4747 God’s Store House (Independence, Kentwood, Loranger, Greensburg)
225-922-2525 Quad/LIHEAP
985-542-8900 St. Vincent De Paul
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way

West Feliciana Parish
225-635-6719 West Feliciana Parish Council on Aging
225-635-0063 QUAD/LIHEAP
225-784-3109 F.I.N.S (FAMILY IN NEED SERVICE)
844-268-6799 or 211 United Way