Helping save your business time and money
Advising and assessments
Efficiency Works Business can identify potential energy efficiency opportunities and qualifying rebates so you can save money up front and on your monthly utility bills.
Our energy advisors will show you benefits that will come from efficiency upgrades, help review project bids and plan future projects.
Efficiency Works Business offers free energy advising to businesses. We can talk about potential opportunities and benefits that efficiency upgrades can provide to your business, review project bids or discuss ways to plan our future projects after receiving an assessment. Contact an Efficiency Works Business team member today to see what is recommended for your business.
Efficiency Works Business also offers customers FREE facility assessments to identify opportunities that reduce operating costs and environmental impacts by analyzing existing building systems and equipment.
We recommend businesses take advantage of this free assessment if they are generally interested in saving energy, water, and money — and do not have a specific efficiency project in mind. The assessment will identify efficiency opportunities and potential projects that can be implemented now or in the future. There is no obligation to complete an efficiency project after receiving the assessment report.
The Efficiency Works Indoor Agriculture Program offers free energy advising and assessments to businesses operating in the indoor agriculture industry. We will discuss potential opportunities and benefits that efficiency upgrades can provide to your business, review project bids or discuss ways to plan for your future projects. Onsite assessments are catered to the indoor agriculture industry providing businesses with industry specific opportunities and metrics in a customized report.
Integrated Design Assistance Program
The Integrated Design Assistance Program (IDAP) is currently only available to Fort Collins Utilities customers.
IDAP assists project owners, developers, design professionals and contractors in creating high-performing buildings that have lower energy use, reduced operations and maintenance costs and improved indoor environmental quality.
Financial incentives are available for participating building owners and design teams throughout the building process. To participate, design teams commit to an energy target of at least 10% below City of Fort Collins energy code requirements. Construction and performance incentives rise with increased energy savings.