Customers with low to moderate household incomes are eligible to receive heating assistance.
Funding from the Energy Assistance program can help pay heating bills or weatherize your home.
To find out if you are eligible:
We encourage customers to apply now because funds for this heating season are limited.
Eligibility for Energy Assistance is not affected by utility account or home ownership status.
Public safety efforts in 24 communities received $24,700 from the Alliant Energy Foundation.
A group of preschool students toured the Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department and met Sparky, an animatronic mascot that teaches kids about fire safety. Jeff Beavers, far right, is an Alliant Energy gas mechanic, and a 40-year veteran and assistant chief of the fire department.
The Foundation provides Hometown Safety Grants to assist communities in protecting public health and safety. The grants help defray the costs of life-saving and other protective equipment.
Examples include defibrillators in public buildings; community emergency alert systems or personal protective equipment for public safety personnel.
Hometown Safety Grants are awarded for specific, one-time, safety-related projects that benefit a wide range of people and can be completed within one year. For more information, visit alliantenergy.com/foundation
The Alliant Energy Foundation is funded solely by Alliant Energy shareowners.