Help Paying Utilities




Rocky Mountain Power bill paying programs.

Rocky Mountain Power partners with several local charities and non-profits across Idaho to offer help to low income and struggling customers. They also fully support all the state of Idaho as well as federal government low income energy assistance programs, such as LIHEAP and weatherization. In addition, as a last resort, they will enter into payment plans directly with customers. Learn more about each assistance program from Rocky Mountain Power.

Rocky Mountain Power Lend a Hand - This resource may provide both financial assistance to pay electricity bills, and also provide energy saving and conservation tactics. Rocky Mountain Power partners with a wide variety of local non-profit agencies and charities in Idaho, and together they help low income and struggling customers who are in need pay their electricity and utility bills. The program is funded by donations from private individuals and businesses.





As just an example of the services provided, income-qualifying customers can receive free weatherization services to help them save money on their utilities. This can range from insulation, compact fluorescent light bulbs, refrigerator or freezer replacements, and even improvements and measures that improve water heating efficiency to help them save on water bills. The non-profits in Idaho that you want to contact to apply include Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership or Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership, or call Rocky Mountain Power at the number below for more information.

Payment plans from Rocky Mountain Power - If you are experiencing a crisis or short term hardship, you may be able to enter into a payment plan. The energy provider offers customers special services, utility bill assistance and time payment plans. If you are struggling, or expect imminent difficulty, call Rocky Mountain Power at the number below.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) - The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare administers this program, and it is fully supported by Rocky Mountain Power. LIHEAP is funded by the federal government, and run by local charities and community action agencies in Idaho. Grants and financial assistance is available to low income Rocky Mountain customers, seniors, and disabled, and the goal is to help individuals pay their utility bills.

Energy conservation - Rocky Mountain customers can save money from the Idaho Weatherization Program. This can provide low income customers with free weatherization services.

To apply for these or any other programs from Rocky Mountain Power, dial 1-888-221-7070 to find how you can get help with paying your utility and electricity bills.





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