Weatherization Assistance Program (Single-Family) / Weatherization Assistance Program – Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (Multi-Family)

Program Description

Reduce home energy related costs and usage through no cost energy efficiency improvements and related Health and Safety measures.

Program Type
Type of Funding
Source of Funds
Federal, Department of Energy
Funding Amounts/Limits

Maximum Spend for Single Family Weatherization per household without additional CT WAP Review is $15,000. This is separated out as follows: $10,000 for Energy Conservation Measures, $2,500 for Health and Safety Measures, and $2,500 for Incidental Repair Measures. Maximum spend per household for Multi-Family Weatherization without additional CT WAP review is $10,000 for Energy Conservation measures, $1,500 For Health and Safety measures, and $2,500 for Incidental Repair Measures.

Target Population(s)
  • Elderly (above 60)
  • Persons with disabilities
  • Families with children (under 6)
  • High-energy users (Still working with utilities and HES-IE Advisory Board to develop a definition for this one)
  • Users with high energy burden (Spending 6% or more of household income on energy)
  • 200% or less of the Federal Poverty Level (Minimum) , 60% or less of the State Median Income (Most single family and Multifamily properties), 80% Area Median Income (If the client is qualified through other federal means tested program)
Links to Additional Resources


Eligible Applicants
Eligible Project Size
Single-family is 1-4 unit properties and the multifamily program serves 5+ unit buildings
Other Eligibility Guidelines

The property cannot be for sale or listed for sale within six months of the work’s completion.
The property cannot be in foreclosure or loan mediation.
To receive services, landlords of rental applicants may be asked for a landlord contribution of 20% of the material cost, up to a maximum of $500 per eligible household.


Application Timeline


Overview of Application Process

Call 2-1-1 for the energy assistance intake site nearby and other general energy questions; applications are also taken simultaneously by the Ct Energy Assistance Program as part of a joint application process

Additional Information

Other Notes

Delivered by Community Renewal Team (CRT) and Center for EcoTechnology (CET) (Single-Family) / International center for Appropriate and Sustainable Technology (ICAST)

Last Updated
June 6, 2024
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