Government help is available to reduce energy bills

Government help is available to reduce energy bills


WASHINGTON, D.C.–Financial Assistance Network in Washington, D.C. has just published a booklet, “How to Get Up To $25,000 of Government Money To Help Reduce Your Energy Bills.”

The booklet gives information on how and where homeowners can get government help to reduce their heating bills.

“The federal government has made available over two billion dollars in assistance to help people reduce their energy bills. This assistance is for home-improvement loans for energy-efficient heating, air conditioning, water heaters, windows, insulation, roofing and siding. Many people do not know that this assistance is available or how to get it,” says Edmund Billings, a researcher at Financial Assistance Network. “We’ve published a booklet that explains the program and tells home owners where to apply for assistance in their area. The booklet also has a special section to help people who are struggling to pay their soaring heating bills regardless of whether or not they own a home.”

Consumers can receive a copy by sending $5 to cover the cost of printing, postage and handling to: Financial Assistance Network, Government Help Booklet Offer 25GH-1202, P.O. Box 60848, Washington, DC 20039-0848. Consumers can also get information by calling (202) 595-1028 or by visiting

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