City Of Lodi Electric SHARE Program (Single Household Alternative Rate for Energy) Online Reduced Rate Program Application
Apply for City of Lodi SHARE or FIDP Program online
The SHARE (Single Household Alternative Rate for Energy) Program provides a 30% discount off of your monthly electric service charges.
SHARE Program Guideline Table:
If you earn less than the income in the chart, you should qualify for the SHARE Program. If not, click here
Don't qualify based on the income requirements above?
Customers that do not qualify for other City of Lodi Electric Utility programs may be eligible for the Fixed Income Discount Program (FIDP) which offers a 5% discount on monthly electric charges. Customers must:
- Be 62 years or older
- Have a maximum income of $45,000 annually
- 80% of income must be from a fixed source
Just complete the online application and if you are over income your application will be automatically used for FIDP if applicable.
- The City of Lodi utility account must be in your name and you must live at the address where the discount is received.
- You must promptly notify the City of Lodi if you no longer qualify for the SHARE Program.
- You may not be claimed on someone else's tax return other than your spouse.
- You will routinely be asked to re-qualify for the program and will need to provide current proof of income.
- The discount only applies to residential metered rates.
- The City of Lodi reserves the right to deny applications with unverifiable income.
- You may be required to complete a survey of income and expenses application.
- "Gross Household Income" is defined as ALL money and non-cash benefits available for living expenses from all sources, both taxable and nontaxable, before deductions for ALL people who live in the home. This includes but is not limited to: wages, salaries and commissions; self-employment; child/spousal support; interest dividends or withdrawals from savings accounts, stocks and bonds or retirement accounts such as IRA and 401K accounts; stocks; bonds; business or rental income; support from family or friends; cash gifts; loans; lottery winnings; tax refunds; money from insurance policies or legal settlements; Social Security; retirement, Veterans, disability or unemployment benefits and workers compensation; AFDC; SSI; SSP; cash public assistance; food stamps and free housing or utilities; school grants, loans, scholarships or other aid.