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The Colorado Commission on Low-Income Energy Assistance is responsible for coordinating the State’s low-income energy assistance services pursuant to C.R.S.§ 40-8.5-103.5 and Executive Order D 026 07. The task of the Commission is to assure that energy assistance services are efficiently delivered to Colorado’s low-income households; thereby minimizing the financial burden and maintaining health and safety for the state’s most vulnerable citizens.
The Commission is comprised of eleven members who are appointed by the Governor to serve two year terms. Members include representatives of private sector, public sector and consumers. The Colorado Commission on Low- Income Energy Assistance meets four times a year.
§ C.R.S. 40-8.5-103.5 : Statute Governing the Commission on Low-Income Energy Assistance