Efficiency Works will continue monitoring news from state and local government agencies as communities plan for the eventual re-opening of non-essential businesses under Colorado’s “Safer at Home” guidelines, which include the continued suspension of most non-essential services. Services deemed essential by the safer at home orders or those that can be performed remotely by Efficiency Works team members will continue to operate. Learn More
Rebates for businesses
Have a project in mind that would make your business more energy efficient? Efficiency Works provides rebates for virtually anything that saves electricity. Any commercial electric customer of Estes Park Power & Communications, Fort Collins Utilities, Longmont Power & Communications or Loveland Water and Power is eligible to participate in our efficiency programs. The Efficiency Works Business program also administers commercial water rebates to Fort Collins Utilities water customers.
Don’t know where to start? Contact us today for free energy advising, facility assessments or to answer general questions.
For projects already completed and earning less than $10,000 in incentives, click the “get started” button at the bottom of this page. To estimate your rebates, click “see incentives” below your rebate category.
The Community Efficiency Grant is available to non-profit businesses and multifamily properties that serve our local income qualified community. The grant provides an additional 1.5 times the standard Efficiency Works Business rebate offering to cover up to 100% of an efficiency upgrade in 2021.
To receive grant funds, a business or multifamily property that serves the income qualified community must do the following:
Meet one or more eligibility requirements listed on the grant application
Complete the Efficiency Works Business rebate and grant applications
Submit both applications for pre-approval of funds
Complete efficiency upgrades and submit for payment