Ohio PIPP Plus
PIPP Plus makes monthly payments more affordable
on a year-round basis. And if the PIPP Plus household pays the monthly PIPP Plus
payment on-time and in-full, the account will be credited to relieve the remainder
of the monthly bill and a portion of the older debt.
Households with a gross annual income at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty
guidelines ($36,450 for a family of 4) are eligible to participate in PIPP Plus.
For more information about PIPP Plus:
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Having trouble managing your bills?
works with many private and non-profit community-based local and federal organizations
that provide assistance to low-income residents. LIHEAP is one of the programs offered
to provide energy assistance. Each state has different qualification requirements.
Check your state's program
to find out if you qualify.
Prevent Disconnection Of A Friend Or Relative
You can help someone avoid electric service disconnection with our Third-Party Notification
program. This free service is often used on accounts of those who are elderly or
ill, but it can be used for any customer.
- As an authorized third party (designated by the account holder), you will receive
copies of the billings if electric service is at risk of being disconnected due
- You will not be responsible for paying the bill.
print a registration form and mail it to us. Please note that
the form must be completed and signed by the account holder.
Income Eligible Weatherization Services Available
Customers living on low or fixed incomes may be eligible to receive weatherization assistance or
repair services through the Community Assistance Program. You can learn more by contacting
your local community based agency, or you may call AEP Ohio at 800-672-2231 to find your local
community action agency. You must be approved for an energy assistance program such as PIPP,
HEAP or HWAP to qualify for this program.