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
Be a residential electric customer of Estes Park Power & Communications, Fort Collins Utilities, Longmont Power & Communications or Loveland Water and Power.
Occupy a single-family detached home or an attached townhouse that is more than one year old. (New construction, multifamily and mobile homes are not eligible to participate in the Efficiency Works Homes program.) Multifamily homes meeting eligibility requirements can participate in Efficiency Works Multifamily program.
Have a home efficiency assessment completed on your home prior to making improvements qualifying for rebates. Window improvements can be made prior to completing an assessment, rebate funds will be released after an assessment has been completed. HVAC upgrades are exempt from the assessment requirement.
Click on an equipment category below to see what rebates are available. Measure guidelines listed do not represent all of the guidelines for each measure under the Efficiency Works Homes program. View the Program Guide for all measure guideline details. All measures must be installed by a participating service provider. Note that rebate amounts and requirements are subject to change without notice.