Energy Bill Help
Various assistance programs, including Low Income Ratepayer Assistance (LIRA) and the Smarter Greener Better energy efficiency programs, may be available depending on eligiblity requirements. For more information, please visit:
You can also call Southwest Gas directly at (877) 860-6020.
Tucson Electric Power Company
Emergency Bill Payment Assistance Programs
You can also call TEP at (520) 623-7711.
Tucson Electric Power--Low-Income Energy Efficiency
Since 1982, the Tucson Urban League and Pima County have been assisting low-income residents in reducing energy use and lowering their utility bills by implementing year-round weatherization measures - at no cost to eligible customers. TEP conducts energy audits and provides funding for weatherization measures. For more information, visit:
Trico Electric Cooperative
Customer donations help Trico members in need. You can sign up online to help someone in need at: http://www.trico.coop
For families with income lower than 200 percent of the federal proverty level:
Tucson Urban League (for residents of Tucson): For more information visit: www.tucsonurbanleague.com/ or call: (520)791-9522
Pima County Community Action (for residents of Pima County): For more information visit: www.pima.gov/ced/cs/caa/index.html or call: (520) 243-6688
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