We’re committed to helping families and communities recover from today’s economic challenges. Federal & State Assistance is now available to assist eligible customers pay past-due bills through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (until May 31st). Learn more about LIHEAP and other programs.
As economic challenges continue to impact our customers, we are working on new ways to help you keep your power flowing.
If you need help paying off a large or past due balance, a Deferred Payment Arrangement may be an option to consider.
At this time, Bill Payment Assistance Program funds for 2021 have been exhausted and the program is no longer available.
Find assistance if you have a financial hardship due to job loss, illness, military deployment, disability, or as a senior citizen.
We are proud of our military, and proud to help. Bill assistance is available to military personnel that are experiencing a hardship.
We are here to support small business customers struggling to stay open in the face of COVID-19. Accepting applications for assistance in 2021.
ComEd understands some organizations face hardships, making it difficult for them to pay their electric bills.
There are many additional assistance programs available at the federal, state, or local level. Browse this list and find links to their website.
Gain quick access to a list of community action agencies (CAA). Contact your local agency to apply for programs like LIHEAP, PIPP and ComEd’s Residential Special Hardship program.
Find free resources to help social service organizations and community agencies inform others about the ComEd CARE Program.
Stay vigilant and avoid being the victim of a scam or energy-related fraud.