VCAP gives Vermonters with low income, especially older Vermonters, people with disabilities and families with children the ability to save fuel and money by improving the energy efficiency, safety and health in their homes. Vermonters are warmer, safer, healthier and have an increased ability to face the ravages of a pandemic in the midst of rising job loss, isolation and cold. We are working for Climate Justice.Find your local agency
Fuel savings, energy audits, checking heating systems for safety and efficiency, insulation, lights and appliances where eligible are all free for those who qualify.
Help purchasing the primary source of your heat, avoiding disconnection of service, and repair or replacement of furnaces for homeowners.
Help to supplement Vermont’s Seasonal and Crisis Fuel Assistance services.
Financial Energy Counseling
Personal and family financial and energy coaching
Qualified applicants can get an incentive of 25% of the purchase price — up to $5,000 — towards a used, fuel efficient car.