The Division of Energy Services administers statewide low income household energy assistance programs involving electric and heating bill payment assistance, as well as benefits and services to assist with energy crisis situations. Eligible households may also receive weatherization and conservation services. These programs are delivered to qualifying households through county Departments of Health and Human Services, community-action agencies, tribal governments, and other non-profit organizations. The Division of Energy Services also includes the State Energy Office which competes for federal resources on behalf of Wisconsin businesses and administers thirteen federal funding programs for the state. The office assists businesses, researchers and local governments in energy project financing; prepares the official state energy production and consumption statistics; prepares the state Energy Assurance Plan; and carries out certain Homeland Security Plan responsibilities.