Americans can get energy credits

ELIGIBLE Maui residents have just two days left to apply for energy credit assistance.

The credits come from the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), a federally funded energy program for low-income Maui residents seeking help with their heating and cooling bills.

Maui residents only have two days to apply for the loan


Maui residents only have two days to apply for the loan

The loan amount is set by the state and depends on income, household size and the number of applicants.

Residents can apply for LIHEAP at or collect a paper application from the MEO office at 99 Mahalani Street in Wailuku.

Applications must be submitted by June 30 at 4:30 p.m.

Once approved, applications are forwarded to the state, which distributes the loan to residents through Hawaiian Electric or Hawaii Gas.



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State processing can take up to six weeks, but according to KITV, energy suppliers will be informed on the day of approval.

Are you eligible?

According to MEO, Maui residents must meet the following requirements to receive the loan:

  • Household members must be US citizens or lawful permanent residents
  • All adults must sign the application and provide photo ID
  • All household members older than one year must provide a social security number
  • You must be a resident and resident of the state of Hawaii
  • You must be responsible for an electricity bill and/or gas bill
  • Your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty line
  • Households with a TANF, SSI, or SNAP recipient may be eligible for an income exemption

This is a once-a-year program, so households can only receive support once.

To receive the credit, applicants must submit the following:

  • Last utility bill
  • ID card for all adult household members
  • Social security numbers for all household members older than one year
  • Proof of citizenship/residence
  • gross annual income

In addition to LIHEAP, Maui has another program for eligible residents called Energy Crisis Intervention.

This program calls for 15 allocations per month, and according to KITV, any household that receives a ban or reminder may be eligible for June.



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