Business Efficiency Programs
Efficiency Works for new construction and renovations – Business customers who are constructing a new building or making substantial renovations to an existing facility can take advantage of this program. Eligible measures include heating and cooling unit upgrades, building envelope renovations and changes to variable frequency drives and refrigeration systems. To learn more visit www.efficiencyworks.co.
Efficiency Works Building Tune Up – Just like your car, buildings need tune-ups to perform as designed. This program provides funding to help a building's energy systems that are not operating to their original design intent or to meet the owner's needs. To learn more go to www.efficiencyworks.co. You can also read a case study [PDF] on how St. Vrain Valley School District used the Building Tune Up program to find significant savings in their energy bills.
Renewable Power Purchase Program for Business –This program allows customers to designate a specified amount of the energy they use as renewable energy. Businesses that elect to participate pay an additional charge for each 500 kWh block of energy they request to come from a renewable source. Find out more about the Renewable Power Purchase Program.
Residential Efficiency Programs
Efficiency Works Residential Services – This program assists in finding the right products for making your home more energy efficient, provides assistance to locate a contractor and provides rebates to help pay for work. To learn more visit www.efficiencyworks.co
Refrigerator Recycling Program - That old refrigerator or freezer in the garage may be costing you more than you think. So, why not get paid to save energy? Efficiency Works, along with Longmont Power & Communications, offer FREE refrigerator and freezer recycling and on top of that we’ll give you a $35 rebate. Click here to participate in the program.
Renewable Power Purchase Program for Residents –This program allows customers to designate a specified amount of the energy they use as renewable energy. Residents who elect to participate pay an additional charge for each 100 kWh block of energy they request to come from a renewable source. Click here for more information about the Renewable Power Purchase Program.