The Colorado Energy Office offers REALTORS® training to be able to suggest the Home Energy Score as part of their clients' home buying inspection.
The Colorado Energy Office EPC helped to save a Wray community nursing home through an energy performance contract, used to secure capital investments to pay for the energy improvements. Total utility and maintenance cost savings over the 15-year financing period totals $990,000.
Electric Vehicles are within reach because state and federal tax incentives reduce the cost. Learn more on the new Charge Ahead Colorado website.
A workshop series will show farmers and ranchers how to save on energy costs, detail benefits for using renewable generation systems, and give funding options.
Colorado Springs Utilities, in conjunction with locally-based Ward Alternative Energy, has opened a CNG fueling faclity in Colorado Springs, using a $500,000 Colorado Energy Office (CEO) grant and a Department of Local Affairs grant. The station is one of many in a network of stations funded through CEO's ALT Fuels Colorado program.