Assistance Programs

It's Time for Maduro to Go

Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II calls for the resignation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Read his commentary from The Washington Post.

Citizens Solar

It's Time for Maduro to Go

Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II calls for the resignation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Read his commentary from The Washington Post.

Citizens Transmission

It's Time for Maduro to Go

Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II calls for the resignation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Read his commentary from The Washington Post.

Citizens Wind

It's Time for Maduro to Go

Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II calls for the resignation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Read his commentary from The Washington Post.

Citizens Energy Corporation exists to make life’s basic needs more accessible and affordable.

Beginning in 1979 with oil-trading ventures in Latin American and Africa, Citizens has used revenues from commercial enterprises to channel millions of dollars into charitable programs in the U.S. and abroad. Whether heating the homes of the elderly and poor in Massachusetts, lowering the cost of healthcare for millions of Americans, or starting solar heating projects in Latin America, Citizens creates social ventures as innovative as the business that finance them. At the same time, Citizens Energy is constantly on the lookout to use market opportunities to help the poor and needy.

The Citizens Energy Oil Heat Program delivered millions of gallons of home heating oil to poor and elderly households in Massachusetts and other cold weather states since 1979. This unique program helps protect needy families from volatile heating oil prices, which often leave households having to choose between heating the home and paying for other life essentials, such as food, health care, or clothing.

At Citizens Energy, we believe no one should be left out in the cold.

$100 million
The Sunrise Powerlink is saving consumers over $100 million per year in energy costs.
500 landfills
Citizens Solar estimates that Massachusetts has over 500 landfills which could be producing clean renewable energy from otherwise vacant un-developable land.
1,044
Citizens Solar installations generate enough clean electricity to offset 1,044 households each year for twenty years.
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