The Entergy Arkansas Low-Income Solutions program helps low-income households become more comfortable, safe and energy efficient through home weatherization and health and safety upgrades at no additional cost.
What’s offered in this program?
This program is designed to benefit Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program-eligible households and/or Entergy customers age 65 or older. The Low-Income Solutions program also offers assistance for minor home repairs to correct small problems that may otherwise prevent the building from receiving the weatherization upgrades or may pose a health or safety risk. As part of the Low-Income Solutions Program, Entergy will offer the following services at no additional cost to qualifying customers:
Direct Install Measures
The measures below are eligible for installation at no additional cost.
Most LEDs last 10 times longer and use 75% less energy than traditional bulbs. Entergy will install LEDs in fixtures or table lamps That means less time changing light bulbs and more time saving money on your energy bill.
Efficient showerheads use 40% less water than standard showerheads. That means less energy used to heat water for showers. Entergy will replace all eligible showerheads in your home with new efficient showerheads.
|Kitchen & Bathroom Faucet Aerators||
Entergy will install energy-efficient faucet aerators in your kitchen and bathrooms. Made of long-lasting materials, the aerators use approximately 31% less water than a standard faucet. That means less energy* used for water heating.
*Savings will vary with efficiency of water heating system, temperature of incoming and outgoing water, and the number of occupants in the home.
Advanced Power Strips
Advanced power strips not only reduce electricity wasted by small entertainment and office electronics; they also prevent power surges from damaging your electronics.
The measures below are eligible for incentives that typically cover the full cost. To find a participating trade ally, click here.
Reducing the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home is a cost-effective way to cut heating and cooling costs, improve durability, increase comfort and create a healthier indoor environment. Air sealing is available for homes with electric heating and cooling systems whose envelope is significantly leaky.
A duct system that is well-designed and properly sealed can make your home more comfortable, energy efficient and safer. Duct sealing is available for homes with electric heating and cooling systems whose ductwork is significantly leaky.
Insulation will boost energy efficiency and help keep the desired temperature in your home year-round, protecting against cold in winter and excess heat in summer. Ceiling insulation is available for homes that are under-insulated, and eligibility is based on both the square footage of the ceiling and existing condition of the insulation.
|Air Conditioner Tune-Ups||
The air conditioning tune-up helps each home's system to run more efficiently and provides better comfort to residents while lowering energy costs. This is achieved by a certified technician cleaning your system and adjusting refrigerant charge.
Home Energy Assessment
An Entergy Arkansas-qualified field technician will perform an energy survey of your home at no additional cost. This will identify ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency. At the end of the survey, the technician will provide you with a summary of recommendations.
Who is eligible?
Entergy customers, owners or renters, living in single family homes, apartments or manufactured homes are eligible to participate. The household must be either LIHEAP eligible or the head of the household be 65 years of age or older.
If you are not eligible for the Low-Income Solutions program due to the income or age requirement please click here to find the Entergy Solutions program that fits your needs.
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Contact the Entergy Arkansas Low-Income Solutions Program by calling 866-627-9177or emailing LowIncomeSolutionsEAL@icf.com.
You can also contact one of our authorized trade allies to see which measures you may qualify to receive. To find authorized trade allies in your area, click here.
Click here to download the Program Manual.