Watt Choices: Low Income Energy Efficiency Program
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(Includes small: office, beauty parlor, convenience stores, restaurants)
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(Including large: offices, retail stores, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels)
Industrial Efficiency (>300 billing demand)
(Including large: metals, chemicals, food processing, rubber, plastics, other industrial)
Public Agency Partnership Programs (Including Local Government and Municipalities, Healthcare, Nonprofit including Churches, Education Sectors)
Community Education Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) The Community Education Efficiency Program for Duquesne Light will prepare middle and high school students to become energy efficiency auditors.
Demand Management
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    Programs & Solutions > Residential > Low Income Energy Efficiency Program >
      Low Income Energy Efficiency Program

    Duquesne Light is working with public service agencies to identify ways to encourage participation by low-income customers. Low-income customers are eligible for and encouraged to participate in all of the Watt Choices programs for residential customers. Additional Information

    Duquesne Light partners with state, local and social service agencies to provide assistance to eligible low-income families who need help paying their electric bills.  To get more information about these assistance programs, review online or call Duquesne Light at 1-888-393-7600.