Homes in Denver come in a variety of shapes and sizes. More importantly, how we use energy at home varies throughout the year due to the change of season, number of residents or how much we pay for energy. Making your home energy efficienct can improve comfort while reducing your energy bills. It can also help the City meet its climate goals while protecting public health.
Consider an energy audit to assess your home’s energy use before beginning projects.
A home energy audit is a 2-3 hour diagnosis of your home performed by a certified and licensed auditor. A report will identify opportunities to improve your home now, and into the future when it’s time to replace appliances such as your heating or cooling systems.
Rebates through Xcel Energy
This loan makes energy upgrades easy and affordable by offering low-cost, long-term financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements.
Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency click here
1. Neighborhood Roadmap – Securing a Group Discount click here.
A helpful tool for neighborhoods/groups interested in facilitating a group discount for a specific home energy efficiency measures like insulation, furnace, evaporative coolers, solar etc.
This program supports Denver neighborhoods in deepening their sustainability efforts, while getting support and recognition from the City.