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Program Highlights

The Fuel Assistance program helps many households every winter.

Program Year 2012-2013

Description Amount
Applications Taken: 45,662
Applications Certified: 36,805
Average Obligated Benefit Amount: $732
New Hampshire Base Grant: $24,321,370
Total Funding Available for Admin and Benefits PY 2010-2011: $24,321,370

Program Year 2011-2012 (Final)

Description Amount
Applications Taken: 46,582
Applications Certified: 38,021
Average Obligated Benefit Amount: $730
New Hampshire Base Grant: $26,055,007
Total Funding Available for Admin and Benefits PY 2010-2011: $26,055,007

Program Year 2010-2011 (Final)

Description Amount
Applications Taken: 54,449
Applications Certified: 45,252
Average Obligated Benefit Amount: $688
New Hampshire Base Grant: $34,255,054
February Contingency Funds: $1,795,158
Total Funding Available for Admin and Benefits PY 2010-2011: $36,050,212

Program Year 2009-2010 (Final)

Description Amount
Applications Taken: 54,445
Applications Certified: 47,215
Average Obligated Benefit Amount: $925
New Hampshire Base Grant: $34,112,375
February Contingency Funds: $2,511,656
Total Funding Available for Admin and Benefits PY 2009-2010: $36,624,031

Program Year 2008-2009 (Final)

Description Amount
Applications Taken: 52,145
Applications Certified: 44,425
Average Obligated Benefit Amount: $929
New Hampshire Base Grant: $34,149,501
Contingency Funds (2008 funds released in September 2008 to be used in PY 2009): $3,192,599
October Contingency Funds: $13,624,352
Total Funding Available for Admin and Benefits PY 2008-2009: $50,966,452

NH Office of Energy and Planning
Governor Hugh J. Gallen State Office Park
Johnson Hall, 3rd Floor  |  107 Pleasant Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2155  |  fax: (603) 271-2615