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LIHEAP Report to Congress Estimated Amounts of Uses of Funds for FY 2008

LIHEAP Report to Congress Selected Tables for FY 2008

Published: May 21, 2012
Audience:
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Category:
Publications/Reports, Report to Congress, Annual Report

Table I-8. LIHEAP: Estimated amounts of uses of funds, by State, FY 20081

 

State Heating assistance benefits Cooling assistance benefits Energy crisis assistance benefits Weatherization assistance benefits Carryover to FY 2009 Unobligated Emergency Contingency funds Development of leveraging resources 2 Assurance 16 activities3 Administrative and planning costs Total4
                     
Total $1,460,139,213 $85,950,260 $520,677,595 $276,265,323 $70,408,711 $61,795,472 $492,236 $33,479,582 $230,013,663 $2,739,902,307
Alabama 7,225,588 5,329,604 6,191,292 747,453 1,002,671 1,158,698 0 238,935 1,758,710 23,652,951
Alaska 9,101,924 0 1,290,413 498,563 514,178 1,172,787 0 0 706,107 13,283,972
Arizona 5 6,326,753 0 790,839 1,150,042 0 0 35,000 463,399 869,219 9,635,252
Arkansas 6,341,564 0 5,267,648 1,343,568 0 0 0 380,000 1,481,419 14,814,199
California 5 6 32,374,919 0 31,785,402 25,528,350 0 0 0 5,112,375 10,533,450 105,334,496
Colorado 6 7 31,739,159 0 2,000,000 5,009,917 2,368,116 0 0 0 4,132,570 45,249,762
Connecticut 8 44,295,094 0 14,717,800 0 580,653 6,962,123 0 1,000,000 5,270,170 72,825,840
Delaware 5,296,089 175,000 400,490 500,000 432,000 266,152 35,000 0 558,080 7,662,811
Dist. of Col. 4,271,853 0 1,447,335 751,947 86,322 311,412 0 163,387 641,493 7,673,749
Florida 4,221,689 5,655,949 13,988,194 4,303,541 2,533,159 1,299,933 0 0 2,505,537 34,508,002
Georgia 15,591,502 6,897,293 4,301,472 2,284,659 0 0 0 0 2,102,897 31,177,823
Hawaii 5 2,258,362 0 16,285 0 0 24,029 0 0 240,296 2,538,972
Idaho 6 9,808,932 0 351,552 1,764,843 631,410 0 35,000 589,382 1,156,885 14,338,004
Illinois 6 90,976,720 5,836,050 10,756,975 20,927,531 0 0 0 6,043,244 14,675,384 149,215,904
Indiana 9 40,374,284 4,113,369 10,966,134 7,779,805 333,490 0 0 3,377,603 6,755,207 3,699,892
Iowa 35,232,128 0 1,969,105 5,217,926 3,936,115 0 0 1,008,057 3,066,010 50,429,341
Kansas 7 22,285,188 0 0 2,548,397 1,458,930 384,406 0 0 2,105,688 28,782,609
Kentucky 9,929,014 0 14,093,156 4,017,742 0 0 30,000 0 2,518,273 30,588,185
Louisiana 3,930,192 6,877,836 3,097,644 2,315,036 0 840,121 0 771,679 1,980,064 19,812,572
Maine 6 35,629,570 0 1,759,614 4,475,723 0 0 0 394,340 2,993,127 45,252,374
Maryland 7 10 28,512,621 0 0 750,000 1,920,944 1,535,360 0 0 3,591,304 36,310,229
Massachusetts7 108,113,527 0 0 8,500,000 443,237 11,497,234 35,000 2,900,005 12,118,264 143,607,267
Michigan 6 61,784,639 0 52,269,433 3,332,633 11,512,722 5,229,243 0 0 14,058,913 148,187,583
Minnesota 6 11 65,071,508 0 19,146,985 5,026,777 0 0 0 4,133,263 8,435,291 102,494,076
Mississippi 7,922,809 5,737,207 690,802 0 205,654 0 0 727,161 1,644,816 16,928,449
Missouri 30,523,691 0 26,381,090 0 0 8,419,680 0 0 5,698,421 71,022,882
Montana 11,226,275 0 294,025 2,469,265 1,467,493 0 0 549,436 780,103 16,786,597
Nebraska 4 11,332,018 774,526 7,072,216 2,709,263 1,289,643 0 0 0 2,031,946 25,209,612
Nevada 5 12 4,922,737 0 176,442 180,735 0 0 0 0 62,938 5,342,852
New Hampshire7 21,010,791 0 650,702 1,300,000 567,256 3,192,599 0 625,000 1,998,334 29,344,682
New Jersey 6 13 65,831,323 4,044,700 23,711,229 5,406,271 7,446,818 0 0 0 10,896,068 117,336,409
New Mexico 6,124,441 0 2,762,714 1,402,056 0 379,874 0 0 1,071,110 11,740,195
New York 6 174,364,004 0 91,470,781 53,856,880 4,392,573 0 287,236 0 36,041,274 360,412,748
North Carolina6 15,160,049 0 18,146,025 4,884,141 3,984,934 0 0 0 3,085,787 45,260,936
North Dakota6 14 15,624,204 0 1,162,776 0 0 0 0 0 1,634,282 18,421,262
Ohio 15 84,510,927 0 27,194,911 19,800,565 1,093,553 4,909,858 0 0 13,200,376 150,710,190
Oklahoma 16 6,657,905 5,246,290 1,790,588 944,998 982,271 686,075 0 0 1,510,270 17,818,397
Oregon 6 19,004,968 0 2,054,893 3,242,990 1,554,201 1,134,647 0 905,805 2,402,215 30,299,719
Pennsylvania 93,886,519 0 64,665,685 26,106,340 12,728,831 0 0 0 11,131,230 208,518,605
Rhode Island 6 9,506,292 0 5,271,100 2,034,257 1,052,863 1,919,992 0 470,000 1,687,698 21,942,202
South Carolina 4,129,405 1,349,781 7,371,380 2,038,485 1,000,721 0 0 722,968 1,056,948 17,669,688
South Dakota 10,861,871 0 333,763 1,561,567 0 0 0 0 958,296 13,715,497
Tennessee 16,849,789 2,000,010 5,938,343 3,098,517 0 0 0 0 3,098,517 30,985,176
Texas 5,535,177 24,550,819 7,819,749 7,371,653 0 0 0 2,649,962 5,210,983 53,138,343
Utah6 14,760,493 0 596,646 2,073,354 824,992 700,121 0 83,081 1,496,539 20,535,226
Vermont 15,117,618 0 1,830,384 0 0 2,486,774 0 0 1,953,156 21,387,932
Virginia 24,902,337 7,361,826 5,358,204 5,905,724 2,710,893 1,870,240 0 0 4,374,610 52,483,834
Washington 6 7 29,288,231 0 610,737 6,500,000 1,352,068 4,826,467 35,000 170,500 4,000,000 46,783,003
West Virginia 9,992,255 0 5,761,562 2,945,680 0 587,647 0 0 2,076,110 21,363,254
Wisconsin 63,850,441 0 14,136,178 11,658,129 0 0 0 0 6,159,471 95,804,219
Wyoming 6 6,549,824 0 816,902 0 0 0 0 0 497,807 7,864,533

 

1 Data were collected from the LIHEAP Grantee Survey for FY 2008. See Appendix A for a copy of the Survey.

2 LIHEAP funds used to identify, develop, and demonstrate leveraging incentive programs. Grantees may spend up to a certain amount of their
LIHEAP funds to conduct such activities each fiscal year.

3 LIHEAP funds used to provide services that encourage and enable households to reduce their home energy needs and thereby the need for
energy assistance, including needs assessments, counseling and assistance with energy vendors.

4 No funds were awarded for the Leveraging Incentive Program or the Residential Energy Assistance Challenge (REACH) program (to help low income households reduce their energy vulnerability) for FY 2008. Total includes $680,252 for management information system technology in Minnesota.

5 Combined heating and cooling assistance provided in Arizona, California, and Nevada; energy assistance provided in Hawaii
with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance. States reported funds under heating assistance.

6 Energy crisis assistance benefits include funds for emergency heating/cooling repairs or replacements for the following States:California ($12,769,957 that includes funds for severe weather energy assistance and transportation services), Colorado ($2,000,000), Idaho ($125,000), Illinois ($513,7512), Maine ($81,800—including Clean, Tune, Evaluate Program), Michigan ($513,512), Minnesota ($5,397,030), New Jersey ($3,993,764), New York ($5,848,047), North Carolina ($2,278,052), North Dakota ($527,847), South Dakota (--), Oregon ($109,738), Rhode Island ($600,000), Utah ($266,646), Washington ($610,737), and Wyoming ($219,165).

7 Households in winter fuel crisis situations received expedited heating assistance.

8 Heating assistance includes $438,607 in furnace repairs/replacements. Crisis assistance includes $5,478,761 for Safety Net Benefits for households that had exhausted both their heating assistance and winter crisis benefits, were in a life-threatening situation, and were unable to secure shelter with adequate heat.

9 Crisis assistance includes $263,605 for Summer Fill program.

10 Weatherization assistance funds were used for furnace repairs/replacements.

11 Crisis assistance funds include $529,210 for Reach Out For Warmth Program. Total funds include $680,252 for State’s eHeat Electronic Household Automatic Technology.

12 Crisis assistance funds include $8,175 for households with chronic long-term medical conditions.

13 Crisis assistance funds include $131,637 for furnace restart and $825 for utility restoration.

14 Weatherization services were performed in FY 2008 with FY 2007 funds.

15 Ohio received a waiver for FY 2008 that increased from 15% to up to 25% the maximum amount of LIHEAP funds allotted or available for weatherization or other energy related home repair.

16 Crisis assistance includes $116,914 for life threatening medical situations