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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Dominion Energy Ohio hopes to help families who may be struggling to pay their energy bills with their EnergyShare program.

EnergyShare partners with the Salvation Army to help financially struggling families pay their bills on time.

Dominion Energy offers a one-time plan to customers who must have:

  • Demonstrated need for assistance;
  • Has exhausted all other state and federal energy assistance.
  • Received a disconnection notice or the service has already been disabled. and:
  • Documented household income at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. To qualify, the customer’s annual gross household income can be up to $23,783 per person; $32,043 for two; $40,303 for three; $48,563 for four; $56,823 for five; $65,083 for six; $73,342 for seven; and $81,603 for eight. Add $7,945 for each additional person.

The program runs from December 1, 2022 to May 31, 2023. The Salvation Army accepts applications for the EnergyShare program, with Dominion covering the administrative costs of the programs.

Anyone who wants to help add to this fund can do so by “adding $1, $2, $6, $12, $18, or $36 to your bill. Overpayments in these exact amounts are automatically recognized as a contribution and will be documented on your next bill. Or mail a check for any amount (payable to “EnergyShare:“) to: EnergyShare:The Salvation Army and PO Box 5847, Cleveland, OH 44101″.

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