Alternative Electric Supply
Community Choice Energy Program
Municipal Aggregation allows local government to combine the purchasing power of its residents so that it can provide them with an alternative electricity supply. Municipal Aggregation is a valuable service that residents and small businesses look for from their local governments. It has proven to be the most effective way to help small consumers manage their electricity bills, and has received overwhelming support wherever it’s implemented.
Click here to apply online.
Utility Assistance Programs
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP)
LIHEAP, or Fuel Assistance, pays a portion of heating costs for eligible homeowners and renters. LIHEAP eligible households may also qualify for assistance with weatherization and heating system repair. Click here to apply online with Community Teamwork. You will need to create an account in order to apply online.
The Billerica Veterans Department can assist any Billerica resident to apply for Fuel Assistance. Contact Marie Rourke, Head Clerk, for more information:
Good Neighbor Energy Fund
The Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund assists households with too much income to qualify for LIHEAP. Click here to check eligibility. Residents can apply for the Good Neighbor Fund by contacting the Salvation Army Lowell Corps at:
National Grid offers several programs to help consumers manage their energy bills. Click here to learn more.
Additional utility assistance programs
For additional programs, contact the Billerica Community Services Coordinator:
(978) 215-1903 or by email.