Alabama Weatherization Assistance Program

The Alabama Weatherization Assistance Program is funded through a grant from the U. S. Department of Energy. ADECA contracts with local community action agencies and the Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission to deliver weatherization assistance to low-income households in all 67 counties across the state.

The mission is to reduce energy costs for low-income households, particularly for the elderly, people with disabilities and families with children, by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety. In order to receive assistance, the applicant's income must not exceed 200% of the federally established poverty level. (Information on the poverty level can be found on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website.)

Alabama weatherization assistance typically includes mitigating outside air infiltration into the conditioned space of the home, installing attic, wall and floor insulation, sealing duct work, performing HVAC system tune-ups and repairs, repairing leaky and/or faulty windows and doors and replacing incandescent light bulbs with highly efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs. Health and safety checks are also performed on the home.

Do you qualify for weatherization assistance?

Weatherization Contact List.

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Weatherization Forms

Alabama Act 2001-955 requires the Vendor Disclosure Statement be completed and filed with all proposals, bids, contracts, and grant proposals to the State of Alabama in excess of $5,000. This form is not applicable to public K-12 school systems and local governments.

Disclosure Statement

The Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act; Code of Alabama, Section 31-13, imposes conditions that apply to contracts, grants, or incentives by the state, any political subdivision of the state or any state-funded entity where the co-party is a “business entity or employer.” This act will require selected applicants to submit a completed copy of the E-Verify Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which is generated when the business entity or employer enrolls in that program bearing the number assigned to that MOU by Homeland Security at

The following clause will be included in the agreement with the selected applicants

“By signing this contract, grant, or other agreement, the parties affirm for the duration of the agreement, that they will not violate federal immigration law or knowingly employ, hire for employment, or continue to employ an unauthorized alien within the State of Alabama. Furthermore, a contracting party found to be in violation of this provision shall be deemed in breach of the agreement and shall be responsible for all damages resulting therefrom.”

Local governments, state agencies, state universities, two-year colleges, or instrumentalities of the State are not required to submit an Immigration Compliance form or E-Verify MOU.

Beason Hammon E-Verify

The Signatory Authority Form lists the individuals who have the authority to sign and submit invoices and other documents to the ADECA Energy Division on behalf of the subrecipient.

Signatory Authority Form

WAP Monthly Expenditure Report

Production Progress Report - Building Weatherization Report


Phone: (334) 242-4909​

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