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Weatherization Program

The Weatherization Assistance Program is a no-cost program that helps lower-income households reduce their utility bills and increase energy efficiency. The program is implemented locally throughout Oklahoma by service contractors who contract and partner with the Oklahoma Department of Commerce to serve designated areas. The program is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy.

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce provides weatherization funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services to local nonprofits throughout Oklahoma that serve all 77 counties.


Eligible applicants are low-income Oklahoma households (who either rent or own their home) and who are at or below 200% of the poverty level. Priority is given to those 60 years and older, differently abled, families with children, those with high energy burdens and those who are high residential energy users.


Contact your local Community Action Agency to apply. Find your local agency by calling 405-949-1495.


For questions about the program, contact Brooke Andrews at brooke.andrews@okcommerce.gov.

If you are a Community Action Agency needing implementation information, see our guidance and resources page.

Join the Weatherization Assistance Program Alerts mailing list for program updates and meeting notices.

Hear how the Weatherization Assistance Program can help low-income Oklahomans increase energy efficiency, reduce energy costs and improve health and safety.

Request for Applications: Weatherization Program Service Providers

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) is requesting applications for Weatherization Program Service Providers.

ODOC has been responsible for the administration of the Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services Low Income Home Energy Assistance Weatherization Program since 1977. The Weatherization Assistance Program’s mission is to “reduce costs for low-income families, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities, and children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety.” ODOC currently contracts with 8 (eight) non-profit service providers to serve Oklahoma counties’ low-income eligible families with weatherization services in residential single-family units and mobile homes. All current Subgrantees and current Oklahoma service areas are illustrated on this map.

In recent years, due to workforce capacity and increasing technical requirements, multiple counties in Oklahoma have been without weatherization services. ODOC, in collaboration with the current non-profit service providers (Subgrantees), developed a Weatherization Pathway Forward plan, to restructure the weatherization service areas and allocation formula in a more efficient way to better serve the service providers and Oklahoma families.

ODOC is issuing this Request for Application (RFA) to procure qualified weatherization assistance program service providers to administer ODOC’s high quality weatherization services to low-income families according to the new weatherization regional service areas map for at least the next five years (January 1, 2023 – March 30, 2028).

Please contact Kayla Cornett with any questions.

2023 State Weatherization Plan Public Comment Period and Public Hearing
Green Workforce Connect supports career growth in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program. The collaborative effort links job seekers in Oklahoma with home weatherization career. This online platform connects job seekers, students, and contractors with weatherization employers and training providers in their area. The Green Workforce Connect platform includes detailed information on various real weatherization roles, real career stories, a career-fit quiz, blog posts, template job descriptions for organizations to use, and a way for job seekers to connect directly to local organizations that are hiring.

Annually, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce submits a State Plan to the US Department of Energy regarding the implementation of the Oklahoma Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program.

January 9 through January 24, 2023, the 2023 State Plan (Program Year April 1, 2023 – March 31, 2024), will be made available on the Oklahoma Department of Commerce website for public review and comment.

Written comments concerning the draft plan may be submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Community Development, 900 N. Stiles Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73104, or by email to Linda Goode. Comments received after 5 p.m., January 24, 2023 will not be accepted.

More information about the Weatherization program can be found on the Department of Energy website.

What Weatherization Measures May Be Installed in a Home?


low-flow showerheads;

lighting retrofits;

replacement of heating and cooling systems;

Health & Safety

energy-related health and safety measures;

heating and cooling system safety checks;

Building Shell

weather stripping, caulking, hole patching;

replacing/repairing windows and doors;

air sealing;

duct sealing;

installing insulation (floor, attic, wall, hot water tank);

Electric Baseload

clean/repair and/or replacement of electric baseload appliances/fixtures;

other incidental and necessary energy-related repairs and replacements.

Green Workforce Connect supports career growth in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program, which helps low-income households make their homes more energy efficient. Through the Green Workforce Connect platform, job seekers, students, and contractors can connect to weatherization employers and training providers in their area.

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