MARYLAND - Are those high energy bills taking a toll on your wallet? Well, there's help out there for low-income households in Maryland.
Governor Martin O' Malley announced an additional $20 million is now available to help those eligible, pay high utility bills from this year's extreme winter weather. You must apply for the Electric Universal Service Program to get assistance. Those already enrolled as of July 1, 2013, will see the benefit automatically post to their account.
For questions about supplemental benefits and to apply, go to http://energy.maryland.gov/Residential/assistance/EmergencyColdWeatherEnergyAssistance.htm.