Energy Partners Program Income Qualification Chart

Effective June 1, 2010, to May 31, 2011

Instructions:

  1. Determine how many people live in your home more than 50 percent of the time.
  2. Combine all household members' incomes from all eligible sources (see list below table) to get your total household gross annual income.

To qualify, the total combined gross annual income (based on the number of household members) must be at or below the amount shown in the table.

Energy Partners and the CARE Program have the same income guidelines, so if you qualify for Energy Partners, you may also qualify for CARE. Visit the CARE website.

Number of Persons in HouseholdTotal Combined Annual Gross Income
1-2$31,300
3$36,800
4$44,400
5$52,000
6$59,600
Each Additional$ 7,600

A household's income includes money from any of these sources:

If you can provide documents proving participation in one of the following state or federal public assistance programs, you do not need to provide additional income documentation in order to qualify for the Energy Partners Program: