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Energy Programs for Consumers

As a consumer living in Colorado, there are programs to help you in making your home more energy efficient or helping you pay for those high energy bills.  Check out the programs offered by various organization with a presence in Colorado.  If the program has more information available on a web site, you can click on the program title and jump to the program's web site.

Building America
U.S. Department of Energy
This program assists production home builders with reworking how they build houses to improve the energy efficiency 30+% while trying not to add any additional cost to the home.
Contact: Doug Seiter, 303.275.4810 doug.seiter@go.doe.gov

Building Energy Codes Program
U.S. Department of Energy
The Building Codes Assistance Team (BCAT) is a partnership effort of the Office of Codes and Standards and six regional support offices, with assistance and support from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. 
Contact: Doug Seiter, 303.275.4810 doug.seiter@go.doe.gov

EnergySmart
Boulder County
The EnergySmart team in Boulder County includes a diverse group of dedicated and passionate staff from the following organizations. We are proud to work together for energy efficiency and our improved energy future. Boulder County was awarded $25 million in seed funding from the Department of Energy's BetterBuildings Program. This funding is derived from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to expand energy efficiency services to Boulder County residents and businesses.

Income-Based Energy Efficiency Services
Colorado Governor's Energy Office
The Governorís Energy Office (GEO) offers the Income-Based Energy Efficiency Services Programs to improve the energy efficiency of all residential structures throughout Colorado. Throughout much of the housing market, energy consumers respond positively to price signals and incentives, making cost-effective investments in energy efficiency.
Contact: 1-866-HEAT-HELP (1-866-432-8435)

Weatherization Assistance Program
U.S. Department of Energy
Provides financial assistance to local agencies through the states and territories for the weatherization of low-income households.
Contact: Rob Desoto, 303.275.4843 rob.desoto@ee.doe.gov.

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