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Most Recent Versant Power Match Program Update March 21, 2024

DCP has partnered with Versant Power to help Versant customers in our communities receive a discount on their electric bills.

This benefit is separate from the Heating Energy Assistant Program (HEAP), so eligible individuals can apply and receive the Power Match benefit while they are waiting for their HEAP appointment.

HEAP applicants who are denied a HEAP benefit due to being over income for the HEAP program, may still be eligible to receive the Power Match benefit.

Power Match Benefit Eligibility

Household Size       Monthly Income

  1.                                    $0-$2,683
  2.                                    $2,903-$3,629
  3.                                    $3,660-$4,575
  4.                                    $4,417-$5,521
  5.                                    $5,173-$6,467
  6.                                    $6,467-$7,413                                               

If you meet the income guidelines outlined above, you can apply for the power match benefit by completing the form here.

 Please make sure you upload proof of your previous month’s income, the prior year’s tax return, and a copy of your Versant Power bill as requested on the application. These attachments are required to determine your eligibility for the Power Match benefit.

If you have questions about the Power Match benefit or need assistance with the application process, please contact DCP at (207) 664-2424.

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