Energy Conservation Class

Lower Columbia CAP administers a number of energy assistance programs; all of which have income eligibility requirements.

LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program)

  • Sign-up for appointments is online usually the first week of November –

    Sign up HERE

  • Please submit all the requested documentation for your application to us as quickly as possible so we can process your benefit payment in a timely manner.

Winter Help Fund and WEAF (Washington Energy Assistance Fund)

  • CAP administers these funds that come from Cascade Natural Gas (CNG) and community donations
  • To be eligible you must be a CNG customer, meet income eligibility guidelines, and be in an emergency situation.

If you think you may qualify for one of these programs or want more information please call CAP at 360-425-3430 ext. 231, or stop by our offices on 1526 Commerce Avenue in Longview (use back entrance of off 12th Avenue).



 Weatherization – Home Energy Assessment

Are your heating bills high due to lack of adequate insulation, improperly sealed windows and doors?

A home energy assessment can help identify the areas that need to be sealed/insulated to protect you from the cold of winter and heat of summer.  Our certified building analyst will perform a thorough energy assessment to measure the extent of leaks in the building envelope and use infrared cameras to find hard-to-detect areas of air infiltration and missing insulation. You will also receive information on how various energy-saving upgrade options interact with each other and list of efficiency upgrades that are most appropriate for your home.

Learn more about weatherization.

Click here for a short video on home energy assessments

For weatherization and home energy assessment questions, call the CAP weatherization department at 360-425-3430 ext. 225 or 226